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Wakefield Greenhill Primary School

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EYFS Links

  • Uses the language of ‘more’ and ‘fewer’ to compare two sets of objects.
  • Finds the total number of items in two groups by counting all of them.


Today I want you to work out which has more and which has fewer. Can you work out how many more or fewer?

More – the number will be bigger

Fewer – the number will be smaller

You can use your party whole model to help you work it out.

4+2= or 2+5=   Which has fewer?

7+3= or 2+6=   Which has more?

1+2= or 2+1=     Which one has more?

3+6= or 2+8=    Which has fewer?

4+4= or 8+1=     Which has more?



9+3= or 11+2=    Which has more?

10+5= or 12+2=  Which has fewer?

9+9= or 11+7=     Which has more?

19+1= or 4+13=    Which has fewer?