Ordinal Numbers Kids Worksheet - Order The Objects From Left to Right - Math Worksheet For Kids
Learn to distinguish and write ordinal numbers by underlining the right ones. This is a great exercise! What are you waiting for? Click the download button and don’t miss it!
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Ordinal Numbers Kids Math Worksheet
When kids are playing they always rank who will be the winner in a game. Without them knowing they've been preparing for lessons for math in school. If a kid finishes in a game or challenge and he/she done faster than the others what do you call that? How will one rank it? 1st place of course instead of 1 place! This is what we call an ordinal number.
Kids often use numbers to count things. May it be their toys, books, crayons or even the number of friends that they have. The numbers that we use to count certain objects are cardinal numbers. But, what do you call numbers that are used to know a position of something in a group? Or its order in a list? These numbers are Ordinal Numbers. First (1st), Second, (2nd), Third (3rd), Fourth (4th), Fifth (5th) and so forth are examples of ordinal numbers.
We can use it either in words or in numbers with letters in their end. You can actually use any number, even numbers higher than ten and use it as an ordinal number to know an order of a group. But how can one do this? By adding the correct ending after a number. The endings used for ordinal numbers are th, st, nd or rd. For example, for the number 100, it's ordinal number is 100th.
This worksheet will engage the kids well. In this worksheet, shapes with different colors will help kids learn well. In the instructions, kids should observe the order of the shapes from left to right. After observing they should answer the questions that are listed. Kids should underline the correct ordinal number of the object inside the parenthesis.
This kid's worksheet will engage the kids well. Not only will they learn about ordinal numbers but they will also have fun while answering this. What are you waiting for? Download this Ordinal Worksheet for kids now! Visit our website to find out more.
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