If your child is finding it tricky to compare the numbers, they could make each number using tens and ones. This will help them to see which number is greater and which number is smaller.
We use dienes at school to represent the tens and ones in a number. (See photo below).
You could use anything long to represent the tens at home; pencils, straws, sticks....
You could use anything small to represent the ones at home; counters, pasta, stones....
You can complete the challenge every week, if you wish, and record your Personal Bests over the term and share your scores with your teacher and class.
If you are lucky enough to own a rope and try to complete a skipping challenge, you have an option to fill in the personal best sheet below.
urn to face the North - draw what you can see in front of you.