## KS2 SATs Flash Cards

(39 Reviews) £8.99## What you need to know

**Things to remember:**

- To compare numbers we start from the biggest place value and work towards the right until one number is bigger than the other.
- To keep track of a list when order, cross them out as you go!
**Ascending**means “getting bigger”.- D
**escending**means “getting smaller”. - If you know your place values, it will make this topic much easier.

Ordering numbers is just like doing lots of comparisons, but how do we compare numbers?

Which is bigger, 556 or 565?

Starting with the 100s: Both have 5 100s (This doesn’t help).

Moving onto the 10s: Our first number has 5 10s, and our second number has 6 10s.

Because the pace value is bigger in the second number, we know this has to be biggest!

565 is bigger than 556.

When we order numbers, we are just doing lots of comparisons.

Put the following numbers in **descending** **order** (a fancy way of saying biggest to smallest)

56 256 567 346 222

We can put a line through as we go

56 256 567 346 222

**567 **

56 256 567 346 222

**567** **346 **

56 256 567 346 222

**567** **346 256 **

56 256 567 346 222

**567** **346 256 222**

** **

56 256 567 346 222

**567** **346 256 222 56**

## Example Questions

**Question 1:** Put the following numbers in order

436 345 567 789 344

436 345 567 789 344

**789 **

436 345 567 789 344

**789 567 **

436 345 567 789 344

**789 567 436 **

436 345 567 789 344

**789 567 436 345**

436 345 567 789 344

**789 567 436 345 344**

**Question 2:** Put the following numbers in order

285 457 476 288 123

285 457 476 288 123

**476**

285 457 476 288 123

**476 457**

285 457 476 288 123

**476 457 288**

285 457 476 288 123

**476 457 288 285**

285 457 476 288 123

**476 457 288 285 123**

## Times Table Flash Cards

(27 Reviews) £8.99- All of the KS2 times tables are covered
- Engaging and fun maths cards

- An easy way to learn
- 1 to 12 - all colour coordinated