# Max Maths, Year 2, Practice, Comparing and ordering numbers to 100

Max Maths Year 2 practice on comparing and ordering numbers up to 100 offers young learners the opportunity to strengthen their understanding of numerical value. In the exercise titled "Let's Practise," students are presented with pairs and sets of numbers, prompting them to discern which numbers are larger or smaller and to arrange sequences of numbers in ascending or descending order. For example, they are asked to determine which number is bigger between two options, and conversely, which number is smaller in another set of two.

The practice continues with more complex tasks where students must arrange groups of three numbers from the smallest to the biggest and from the biggest to the smallest. These exercises include numbers such as 54 and 45, or 91 and 93, and sets like 66, 76, 59 and 71, 91, 99. This helps children to visualise and understand the size and order of numbers within the context of 100, reinforcing their numerical literacy. The practice section is concluded with a reference to workbook pages 22 to 23, where further exercises and examples can be found, allowing for extended learning and consolidation of the concepts covered in the practice exercises.