# Ordinal Numbers Worksheets

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This bunch of printable ordinal numbers worksheets helps children master ordinal numbers with stacks of flair and imagination. Write ordinal numbers in words and figures, convert between ordinal numbers' word forms and numerical forms, differentiate between cardinals and ordinals, identify the position of objects, color the objects in the respective position, and more! Our free ordinal position worksheets contain exercises in locating pictures in the indicated position and completing sentences using ordinal number names. On your mark, get set, and go!

Our ordinal number pdf worksheets are curated for children in kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3.

Worth pinning up on your study wall, this colorful chart depicts the word forms and numerical forms of the first 20 ordinal numbers. Recall ordinal spellings with ease!

Ordinal Numbers Coloring | Worksheet #1

What better way to practice ordinal numbers than in the company of a multistory building! Locate the building's floors; also color the 1st to 10th floors as indicated.

Ordinal Numbers Coloring | Worksheet #2

This printable ordinal position worksheet is yummy! Kindergarten and 1st grade kids identify ice-cream scoops as the first, second, and so on and color them as directed.

Ordinal Numbers Coloring | Worksheet #3

Children revisit the coloring fun with this 2-part pdf ordinal number exercise! It hasn't been long since they separately colored ordinal numbers in words and figures!

Ordinal Numbers and Positions Worksheets

This set of ordinal position worksheets tasks kids with locating objects, animals, birds, and insects and making use of ordinal number names to describe their positions.

Ordinal Numbers and Words Worksheets

A feast of converting between ordinal numbers in words and those in figures, these ordinal numbers worksheets are a must-have for 2nd grade and 3rd grade children.

Ordinal Numbers vs Cardinal Numbers

Upshift by sorting cardinal and ordinal number names into their respective columns and identifying whether the numbers used in the statement are cardinals or ordinals!