# Ordinal Numbers Charts

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Utilize our free, printable ordinal numbers charts and help children key into recognizing the two different ways of representing ordinal numbers. Pretty much a soup-to-nuts ordinal numbers resource, the six charts here cover ordinal numbers from 1st to 10th to 20th to 50th to 100th, lending math mavens a little more than a helping hand at ordering or sequencing things in everyday life according to the size or importance.

These pdf charts on ordinal numbers 1st to 100th are curated for kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 kids.

Hold 1st grade kids spellbound with this fun ordinal numbers chart up to fifth. Encourage them to show you which animal is first, second, and so on, while letting them go all-out enjoying the fun.

As you shepherd kids through this printable chart on ordinal numbers up to 10th, remind them that every ordinal number has a suffix: -nd, -rd, -st, or -th, and can be written as a numeral or in word form.

The practice that reigns supreme in this chart is connecting known numbers – 1, 2, and 3 – with the newfound words – first, second, and third. Add to the excitement the shorter versions - 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.

Prepare for the long haul as you start from 1st, take a break at 20th, and then forge ahead up to 50th in this pdf. Take a gander at how the number names take a hyphen from twenty-first to forty-ninth.

Here’s the big daddy of this entire set of ordinal numbers charts! A counting fiesta for 2nd grade kids, this printable set is presented in two parts: 1st to 50th in part 1 and 51st to 100th in part 2.