KS1 Maths Quiz
Imagine the more than and less than symbols as the open mouth of a hungry crocodile who only eats the larger number!

# Year 2 Numbers - Ordering to 100

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 6 and 7 in year 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with comparing and ordering numbers from 0 up to 100; using <, > and = signs.

In Year 2, children learn to use the symbols <, > and = to help them order and compare numbers. They understand words such as 'more than', 'less than' and 'equal to' from their work in Year 1 and can apply this to numbers up to one-hundred.

This quiz will help children to compare and correctly order numbers up to 100.

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1. Question 1

What does this symbol mean:
<
For example, 6 < 8
2. Question 2

What does this symbol mean:
>
For example, 7 > 2
3. Question 3

Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 + 2 __ 4 + 4
The two additions give the same or equal value
4. Question 4

Put these numbers in order from largest to smallest:
66, 16, 96, 61, 6
96 is the largest number, 6 is the smallest
5. Question 5

What does this number sentence say?
27 < 82
27 has a lower value than 82
6. Question 6

Put these numbers in order, from smallest to largest:
24, 16, 9, 78, 54
9 is the smallest number, 78 is the largest
7. Question 7

Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
6 __ 9
Think of the symbol as the open mouth of a hungry crocodile who only eats the larger number
8. Question 8

What does this symbol mean:
=
For example, 2 + 3 = 4 + 1 as they give the same value
9. Question 9

What does this number sentence say?
2 x 5 = 9 + 1
2 x 5 and 9 + 1 both give an answer of 10
10. Question 10

Which symbol could be placed into this number sentence?
12 __ 8
The crocodile prefers the larger number

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