Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Kindergarten - K.CC.2, K.CC.4
What Are Ordinal Numbers? We often don't realize it, but we use numbers in several ways. Say, when you are doing grocery, when packing for a road trip, and running a marathon, the books you read over the year. It is safe to say that we cannot eliminate the use of numbers from our everyday lives However, there are times when you don’t need to use a number but rather give a count to something. You want to define the position of something. You use a number to define the position of something in a group or order on the list. In such situations, we use ordinal numbers. for example, First or 1st, Second or 2nd, Third or 3rd, Fourth or 4th, Fifth or 5th. Ordinal numbers do not represent the quantity, but they are used to indicate the position and rank. Like the sixth floor, second grade, or twenty-fourth street. These worksheets and lessons help students learn how to use numbers to signify a position in a series.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Movie Line Step-by-Step Lesson- Everyone is waiting to get into the theater, but what order are they in?
- Guided Lesson - Find a birthday candle, order number words, and label the order of vehicles.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - Again, another one that is hard to explain outdid of know your numbers.
- Practice Worksheet - This is a little different because students have to recognize that the perspective of the boy changes the order to right to left.
- Matching Worksheet - I like how the shirts came out. It took a while to get this one right.
- Color the Position of 3 Pieces Worksheet - Always color the third thing left to right.
- Where is the Apple? - Try to figure out the ordinal position of the apple.
- Crossing Out Third and Fifth Worksheet - The title says it all for this one.
- The Ordinal Number Honey Jar Worksheet - This is one sweet worksheet all right.
- The Ordinal Letters in Words - Find the letters that are found at the given positions.
- Positional Ordinal Numbers Lesson and Practice - This lesson comes in handy for students that don't get it on their first go around.
- What Is Third? Worksheet - Get your color cartridge ready for this one. I have seen this question on many aptitude tests.
- Independent Practice Worksheet- Interpret the order of six objects from left to right.
- Step-by-Step Lesson - Answer questions based on the animals ordered in the line.
- Step-by-Step Lesson Explanation- We label the order and ask you to interpret it from there.
- Positional Ordinal Numbers Lesson and Practice - I visually display one completed for you and ask you to do another.
- The Middle Practice Problems Worksheet- Shade based on the instructions that you are given.
- Fill Order Worksheet- Name the place of the apple within the set.
- Matching Worksheet- Match the places to the ordered set.
- Quick Review- Match the order of the transportation related items to their numbers.
- Shade Position of 3 Pieces- We have you shade three consecutive items that match a direction or part of the set.