Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal numbers are users to describe order, or position in a series. Examples of ordinal numbers include, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and so on.

1st through 12th

Students cut out the picture strips with ordinal numbers on them. Sort them from the smallest (1st) to the largest (10th) to assemble a picture of a goldfish.
Cut out the ordinal number puzzle strips. Sort them from the smallest (1st) to the largest (5th) to assemble a picture of two giraffes.
Write each month as an ordinal number.
Color each fruit according to the directions. Students must recognize ordinal numbers in word form. (example: Color the fifth apple.)
Color each fruit according to the directions. Students must recognize ordinal numbers in numeral form. (example: Color the 7th pear.)
Students are lining up to have their pictures taken. Write an ordinal number to correctly describe the order of the students.

1st through 25th

Write the missing ordinal numbers on the number line. Range from 1st through 20th.
Complete each sentence with an ordinal number.
Write the missing ordinal numbers on the balloons. Range from 1st through 24th.

1st through 100th

Write the missing ordinal number on each penguin's belly. Range from 1st through 75th.

Calendar (Math) Worksheets

Ordinal numbers are also used when reading calendars.

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