  # Know Your Numbers: What is the Right Order?

In this worksheet, students put a series of numbers between 0 and 100 into order - lowest first, moving through to the highest. Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:   Order/Compare Numbers to 100

Popular topics:   Numbers worksheets

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This worksheet is about putting numbers in order.

Remember that 14 is smaller than 15, which is smaller than 16.....etc.

And 14 is smaller than 24, which is smaller than 34.....etc.

Example

Match the smallest number to A, the next largest to B, the next to C etc.

10    12   23    11    21

Find the smallest. This is 10.

Next comes 11.

Then 12.

Then 21.

The largest is 23.

A = 10

B = 11

C = 12

D = 21

E = 23

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