KS1 Maths Quiz
In the number 123 there are 3 ones, 2 tens and 1 hundred.

# Year 2 Numbers - Place Value and Comparing

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 numbers to at least 100.

Understanding the place value of digits within numbers helps to order and compare numbers up to one hundred. Children in Year 2 should begin to use this knowledge to help them order numbers up to 100 from smallest to largest, place numbers on a number line and compare numbers, knowing which have smaller or larger values than others.

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1. Question 1

Which number is the smallest?
16, 61, 66, 11
11 is smaller than the other numbers
2. Question 2

What is the value of the 7 in 27?
The last digit in a whole number represents units or ones
3. Question 3

Put these numbers in order from highest to lowest:
45, 14, 41, 54, 15
54 has the highest value, 14 has the lowest value
4. Question 4

Which is the largest number?
37, 73, 13, 17
73 has 7 tens and 3 units
5. Question 5

Which numbers are missing?
__, 46, __, __
Thinking about the numbers on a number line might be useful here
6. Question 6

Which numbers are missing?
23, 24, __, 26, __, __
Counting up aloud might help here
7. Question 7

Put these numbers in order from lowest to highest:
23, 33, 32, 12, 13
The lowest number is 12 and the highest is 33
8. Question 8

Which numbers come immediately before and after 79?
One less than 79 is 78 and one more is 80
9. Question 9

What is 67 in words?
The two words have a hyphen between them
10. Question 10

What is the value of the 5 in 57?
This column in a number represents the tens

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