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Ordinal Numbers
These problems give children practice with math language that describes an order - first, second, third, etc.

Related Resources
Interactive resources from our Math Tools project:
   Math 1: Number Sense: Ordinal Numbers
NCTM Standards:
   Number and Operations Standard for Grades Pre-K-3

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Apple Celebration -
Grade 1. Figure out the growth pattern of a tree to predict its future height. ... more>>

Decorating Cookies -
Grade 1. Find out what type of sprinkles Roger will put on the cookies he is baking. ... more>>

Field Day -
Grade 1. Use addition to find out how much time Sofia spent running races. ... more>>

Gym Line
Grade K. Identify a pattern and use it to figure out who's next in line. ... more>>

How Tall Is Your Tower? -
Grade 1. Identify the pattern and use it to answer some questions about a row of block towers. ... more>>

Lunch Line -
Grade K. Follow a basic alternating pattern to find a given student in line. ... more>>

Saul's Cupcakes -
Grade K. Figure out how many cupcakes Saul will put on the fifth plate. ... more>>

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