Help children learn their ordinal numbers with the help of our fun British Wildlife worksheets. Here's the first of two...
Ordinal Number Worksheets
Find below a fun collection of ordinal number worksheets, designed to fit in with various topics and holidays throughout the year and perfect for jazzing up your classroom or homework!
Children can practise their ordinal numbers 1st - 10th with the second of our ordinal numbers worksheets with a British Wildlife theme.
Children can have fun learning their ordinal numbers with the help of the Chinese Zodiac. Fill in the missing ordinal numbers and then use the information to answer the questions.
Here's a fun activity that helps the children learn two things - the Chinese zodiac and their ordinal numbers! They need to use the information on the worksheet to fill in the order of the animals in the Chinese zodiac, then cut out the cute animal cards and arrange them into order.
Test the kids on their ordinal numbers with the help of this worksheet with an Easter theme. Bunnies, chicks, bonnets and eggs make the counting fun!
Get the kids to colour in the correct chick, bunny, or egg to reinforce ordinal numbers - a fun worksheet for Easter.
Children can have fun learning ordinal numbers and practise their colours too with the help of this fun kite ordinal numbers worksheet.
Here's a fun way to make sure the kids understand their ordinal numbers. Colour in the carp kites according to the instructions.
Here's a fun way to work on ordinal numbers and positioning from left or right. Just grab some colouring pencils and follow the instructions!
This worksheet provides a picture of a family outing and the names of the children of the family. Then we ask a series of questions using ordinal numbers and positioning from left and right.
Here is a picture of children lined up in a school "crocodile", waiting in a queue. It's a great excuse to practice ordinal numbers! Follow the instructions below the picture.
Children can have fun learning their ordinal numbers with the help of some Olympic medals and a bit of colouring.
Help kids learn to write both the abbreviated forms and the full number words for ordinal numbers 1 to 10, or first to tenth, with this set of useful handwriting worksheets.
This set of 10 worksheets helps children trace and then write the abbreviations and then words for the ordinal numbers from 11 to 20.
There are 2 worksheets in this set, covering the ordinal numbers from 1st to 20th between them. We ask children to count and colour a particular bead, using a mixture of abbreviations and ordinal number words. These particular worksheets are excellent for revision.
This fun worksheet is idea beginners to ordinal numbers. Fill in the blanks in each row to practice the concept and writing of 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
This lovely worksheet gets the kids practicing all the ordinal numbers to 20. First fill in the boxes with the correct numbers, then have a go at the challenges below. You'll need colouring pencils!
This pirate-themed worksheet makes learning and revising ordinal numbers fun! Ahoy there me hearties - let's count the pictures from 1st to 20th!
Children match up the numbers on the left to the words on the right for this ordinal numbers match up activity.
This simple worksheet asks children to match up the abbreviations for ordinal numbers 11th to 20th with the ordinal number words.
This fun worksheets gives the children lots of practice in ordinal numbers. Fill in the blanks and then colour in the pictures correctly...
Children need to name the carriages on this old-fashioned steam train with the correct ordinal numbers.
Number the string of Christmas lights with the correct ordinal numbers, then colour them in following the instructions. A fun Christmas worksheet!
Colour the pictures according to the instructions for some practice with ordinal numbers at Christmas.
Here's a fun way to practice ordinal numbers this Christmas. Colour the correct picture in each row...
Colour in our fun Thanksgiving pictures according to the instructions above each row, for some ordinal numbers practice.
Here's a worksheet with a Thanksgiving theme, that gives children extra practice with their ordinal numbers. Just colour in the correct picture in each row.