There are so many ways to work numbers and counting. I know that the order of numbers is taught in first and second grade. It is fun to work on but can be a challenge.
With Earth Day coming up, I wanted to do something different and putting numbers in order sounded like a great idea!
I love working with different levels together at the same time. So this time I made sure that this set of cards had different levels for kids to use.
There is a 1 to 10, 1 to 20 and 1 to 100 set of cards. This means that kids that are just starting out can work on the lower cards and more advanced kids can work on the larger numbers.
There is a recording sheet that matches up to the cards. The sheet has space for all three numbers for kids to put them in order.
How we use this printable
I love putting the cards on rings. This makes it easier to keep together for recording on the sheet. Plus keeps it easier to store the cards.
You could have kids tell you what the order of the numbers should be just using the cards as a verbal math center.
If you want an independent work center then you could use the cards and the worksheet together for them to record the number order of the cards. They can record all 12 cards for whichever level they are working with.
If you are looking for more Earth Day Numbers check out the Earth Day Number Find. it has number digit and number word 0 to 20.
What you will find in the Earth Day Number Find
Number digits and number words for kids to work on. You can trace the number or word and then dot them!
What you will find in these printables:
- Number 0 to 20 in digit and word options
- Tracing section for each number
- Several numbers to dot on the raindrops
- $3.50 for all 43 pages of printables
If you want to check out a free sample of this you can go here to check out a sample of the pages.
What you will find in this free printable
- Number order task cards
- Three levels of cards: to 10, 1 to 20, and 1 to 100
- Recording worksheet
Check out all the Earth Day Activities and Printables on 3 Dinosaurs.
Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com