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One more than: castles.

The boys are keen on getting more balls than anyone else, but they need some help deciding which is more.

'It's not fair, he's got more than me!' If your child has brothers or sisters he/she is probably already familiar with the terms 'more than' and 'less than'. But there's no harm in some extra practice with these penguins! All just with numbers up to 5.

Elephants are pretty big animals but they are not so good at deciding which number is bigger. A great set of worksheets to help understand the idea of 'bigger'.

Polar bears are big animals but they need help in deciding which is the bigger number on each pair of bears. Once again we keep to very small numbers.

Time for some colouring of elephants, cats and ducks - but not too much as only the groups with less in have to be coloured. Encourage the use of the terms 'less than' and 'more than' during these exercises.

One less than: lighthouses.

Understanding 'more than' and 'less than' are key concepts in the early years. Here is a set of worksheets which concentrates on which group of animals there are less of.

The boys are looking at the gold coins and trying to decide which of the sets has less in. Encourage your child to make up short sentences such as 'two coins is less than four coins'.

Colour the box to show which has more or less: ducks.

Colour the box to show which has more or less: monsters.

Colour the box to show which has more or less: dolls.

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