# Worksheet: Comparing Two-Digit Numbers: Models

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing numbers up to 100 by modelling them with counters or place value blocks and by thinking about the number of tens and ones.

Q1:

Scarlett says that 53 is greater than 67. Is this true or false?

• Afalse
• Btrue

Q2:

Emma thinks that the number in Group C is greater than the number in Group D. Is this true or false?

• ATrue
• BFalse

Q3:

Is Group C greater than Group D? • ANo
• BYes

Q4:

Daniel says that 17 is less than 21. Is this true or false?

• Afalse
• Btrue

Q5:

Look at the numbers on the cards. 36 has tens than 57.

• Amore
• Bless

36 is than 57.

• Agreater
• Bless

Q6:

Compare these sets. Choose the set with the greatest number of ones.

• AB
• BA

Q7:

Compare the groups of rods and cubes. Pick the correct symbol.

• A
• B
• C

Q8:

Compare these sets. Choose the set with the greatest number of tens.

• AB
• BA

Q9:

Pick the symbol to compare these sets of ten frames. • A
• B
• C

Q10:

Fill in the blank using “greater than,” “less than,” or “equal to”: Matthew’s set is Anthony’s set. • Aless than
• Bequal to
• Cgreater than

Q11:

Which of the following numbers is greater than the number that is represented in the place value model shown? • A33
• B40
• C44
• D34