# Comparing and ordering numbers 0-20 practically

You can compare and order the numbers 0-20 practically.

# Comparing and ordering numbers 0-20 practically

You can compare and order the numbers 0-20 practically.

## Slide deck

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- Highlight language such as 15 is more than 10.
- What number comes before or is one less than 14?
- Which number comes after or is one more than 14?

### Common misconception

You can compare numbers that are more than one apart and say which numbers are one more or one less.

Make it clear whether pupils are comparing numbers or whether they are giving the values that are one more and one less.

### Keywords

One more - The next number in the count is one more than the number before and there will be one more object in the set.

One less - The previous number in the count is one less than the next number and there will be one fewer object in the set.

### Licence

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## Video

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## Worksheet

## Starter quiz

### 6 Questions

is more than 14

is less than 20

is less than 19

is equal to 15

is more than 11