# Ordering to 100

### What you need to know:

The -ty numbers are twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, sixty, seventy, eighty and ninety

### What you need:

• Marker pens
• 20 pieces of paper (small memo pad)

### What to do:

The numbers could be ages of members in the extended family, letterbox numbers of friends and family, lotto result numbers, last two numbers of telephone numbers etc

• Ask your child to write each number on separate pieces of paper.
• Work together to put the numbers in order.
• Ask questions like what is the largest number, the smallest number, which numbers are odd, even,
• -ty numbers. Choose a -ty number and ask what is one more than, one less than, ten more than, ten less than this number.

### What to expect your child to do:

To be able to record the numbers, to put the numbers in order, to know numbers one and ten more than and less than specific numbers.

### Variation:

• Ask which is the biggest number and which is the smallest number before your child puts the numbers in order.
• Choose two numbers from the set and ask which is bigger, or smaller.

### He Kupu Māori:

 larger than rahi ake smaller than iti iho odd number taukehe even number taurua

### He Whakawhitinga Kōrero:

• Anei ētahi kāri tau. Whakatakotoria ngā tau mai i te iti ki te rahi. (Here are some number cards. Put them down in order from smallest to biggest.)
• Pānuihia mai ngā tau. (Read the numbers.)
• Ko tēhea te tau nui rawa atu? (Which is the largest number?)
• Ko tēhea te tau iti rawa atu? (Which is the smallest number?)
• Pānuihia mai ngā taurua. (Read the even numbers.)
• Pānuihia mai ngā taukehe. (Read the odd numbers.)
• He aha te tau kotahi te rahinga ake i tēnei tau? (What is one more than this number?)
• He aha te tau tekau te itinga iho i tēnei tau? (What is ten less than this number?)