# Max Maths, Year 1, Practice, Comparing numbers to 10

In the "Max Maths, Year 1" practice section for comparing numbers up to 10, young learners are presented with a straightforward task to enhance their understanding of quantity. Exercise 1 asks students to identify which set of objects is larger in number. They are presented with two options, Set A and Set B, for each question and are instructed to place a tick next to the set that contains more objects. This exercise is designed to help children visually compare groups of items and reinforce their ability to count and compare numbers within the range of 10.

Following the first activity, Exercise 2 flips the concept, prompting students to determine which set of objects is smaller. Again, they are given two sets, Set A and Set B, for each part of the question and must tick the set that has fewer objects. This task complements the previous one by giving children the opportunity to practice discerning lesser quantities in a set, a fundamental skill in understanding numerical order and comparison. For further practice and reinforcement, students are directed to complete additional exercises found on workbook pages 27 to 31, ensuring a comprehensive grasp of comparing numbers within the given range.