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Ordinal Numbers for English Learners
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.
K - 1st Math 12 Views 175 Downloads
Introduce ordinal numbers with this simple teaching tool. Young mathematicians trace numbers from 1 to 5. Then they circle the object in a row of 5 that represents the numerical place of the number they just traced. Example: Students trace the number 3, then circle the third object in the series.
K - 1st Math 4 Views 110 Downloads
Create a Picture Story!
What happens first? Second? Third? Use this picture storyboard to guide your young scholars in ordinal numbering, event sequencing, and speaking clearly. They cut out four winter-themed images and put them in order, telling an imaginative story about the events.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 4 Views 83 Downloads
A Winter Picture Story
Is it getting cold outside? Get into the winter spirit with this event sequencing activity! Four images give an outline for a creative story. Learners put the images in order (although there is an "obvious" order, the options here are endless) and tell a creative story in sequence.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 9 Views 77 Downloads
A Halloween Picture Story
Get in the Halloween spirit with this event sequencing activity! Four images give an outline for a creative story. Learners put the images in order and tell a creative story in sequence. (Although there is an "obvious" order, the options here are endless!
Pre-K - 2nd Language Arts 17 Views 141 Downloads
Learning Numbers with Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary
Kindergartners listen to a rhyme in an ordinal and cardinal numbers lesson. After listening to the "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary" song, they practice ordinal and cardinal numbers by matching flower tops to the correct stems. Next, they read All About Seeds or I'm a Seed and answer the provided comprehension questions.
Pre-K - 1st Language Arts 25 Views 70 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Put ribbons, rabbits, and shapes in order with a number sequence activity. Three different activities reinforce counting and number sequence, as kindergartners color particular items and identify the first, second, and third in various races.
K - 1st Math 8 Views 32 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Young scholars explore ordinal numbers. In this number sense lesson, students count the beads on a string and orally identify the ordinal position of each color bead. Young scholars participate in a role playing activity to the song "Wheels on the Bus.
K - 1st Math 4 Views 13 Downloads