# Ordinal Numbers Teacher Resources

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**1**-**20**of**352**resourcesStudents practice putting ordinal numbers in order. In this ordinal number lesson, students write ordinal numbers on index cards and use the cards to practice ordinal number order.

Students review shapes, colors and ordinal numbers using literature and a visual memory game. This lesson uses a listening and following directions assessment.

Second graders practice ordinal numbers. For this ordinal numbers lesson, ten students line up and they figure out the ordinal number for each student. They complete worksheets where they find which item in a set is circled.

Help your beginning and intermediate English Learners develop academic vocabulary with this activity about ordinal numbers. Read and discuss the Eric Carle book

*Ten Little Rubber Ducks*. Your ELs use ordinal number cards to practice stating where different duck cutouts are placed in a line. Then they place themselves in a line according to your verbal directions using ordinal numbers.Students use a matching activity to identify ordinal numbers. In this ordinal numbers lesson plan, students identify ordinal numbers, match colors using ordinal numbers, and use shapes and ordinal numbers to complete a worksheet.

First graders identify and write ordinal numbers by following the sequence the school bus followed during a field trip to the nine planets in the solar system. This is based on the book The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System.

In this ordinal numbers, ESL worksheet, students will read 31 ordinal numbers for the date and then write each ordinal number in word form.

In this putting ordinal numbers in sequence activity, students cut out the ordinal numbers from first to fourth and paste them under the sports balls from left to right in order. Students solve 4 problems.

In this sequencing ordinal numbers worksheet, students cut out and paste the ordinal numbers under the four geometric shapes in order. Students solve 4 problems.

In this ordinal number activity, students will read six sentences about a doctor's appointment that contain dates and times and then write the ordinal numbers and times correctly.

In this ordinal numbers practice worksheet, students match the 10 ordinal number words to the matching 10 ordinal numbers.

In this ordinal numbers worksheet, students write the ordinal numbers for each number written. Students complete this for numbers 1 - 10.

In this ordinal numbers instructional activity, students look at a row of shapes and color the 3rd circle blue and the 5th circle red. Students follow similar directions in two other rows of shapes.

In this ordinal numbers practice worksheet, students use their math skills to respond to 2 questions that require a knowledge of ordinal numbers.

In this ordinal numbers practice worksheet, students use their math skills to respond to 26 questions that require a knowledge of ordinal numbers.

In this ordinal numbers practice worksheet, students follow the directions to color scoops of iced cream on a cone starting from the bottom.

In this ordinal numbers instructional activity, students follow the 5 directions to help them learn to use ordinal numbers. Students draw on the 5 people and then draw an image using the second set of ordinal number directions.

In this ordinal numbers worksheet, learners cut out ordinal numbers and glue then next to their corresponding ordered pictures. A reference website for additional activities is given.

In this ordinal numbers from 1 to 5 worksheet, 1st graders determine the position of the 5 pictures, then cut and paste the ordinal numbers from 1-5 (at the bottom of the page) into the correct space, for 2 sets of pictures.