# Comparing Numbers: How Many Cats? (1)

In this worksheet, students compare numbers in the range 0-10.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Represent Numbers to 100

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheets is about comparing numbers to work out who has the most.

Ben and Eve both have cats. Can you count them and work out who has the most?

For example:

Who has more cats, Ben or Eve?

Ben has 3 cats.

Eve has 1 cat.

Ben

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

Who has more cats?

Ben

Eve

• Question 1

Who has more cats?

Ben
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 5 and Eve has 4.
• Question 2

Who has more cats?

Eve
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 5 and Eve has 6.
• Question 3

Who has more cats?

Ben
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 4 and Eve has 3.
• Question 4

Who has more cats?

Eve
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 4 and Eve has 6.
• Question 5

Who has more cats?

Ben
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 9 and Eve has 6.
• Question 6

Who has more cats?

Eve
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 5 and Eve has 9.
• Question 7

Who has more cats?

Ben
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 8 and Eve has 6.
• Question 8

Who has more cats?

Ben
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 7 and Eve has 6.
• Question 9

Who has more cats?

Eve
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 5 and Eve has 9.
• Question 10

Who has more cats?

Eve
EDDIE SAYS
Ben has 3 and Eve has 5.
---- OR ----

Sign up for a £1 trial so you can track and measure your child's progress on this activity.

### What is EdPlace?

We're your National Curriculum aligned online education content provider helping each child succeed in English, maths and science from year 1 to GCSE. With an EdPlace account you’ll be able to track and measure progress, helping each child achieve their best. We build confidence and attainment by personalising each child’s learning at a level that suits them.

Get started