Ordinal Numbers Racecar Activity


How to teach Ordinal Numbers

Using this Ordinal Numbers Racecar Activity, students practice identifying ordinal numbers and the position of objects.

Ordinal numbers are a way for your students to give and follow directions. They help your students locate items and people at home and at school. This activity gives your students practice with ordinal numbers up to 10.

Players take turns spinning the spinner and moving their cars to the correct spot. If a car is already in that spot, you can pass them and bump their car off the game board! Continue gameplay until all 8 cars have been placed on the road and have finished the race! The player in first is the winner! After game play, complete the provided worksheet.

Other resources to use with this Ordinal Numbers Racecar Activity

If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about ordinal numbers.

Use this Ordinal Numbers Racecar Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by lining up ten students. Ask student “Who comes first? Second? Fifth? etc”. Next, ask students how you would write each of these ordinal numbers in numbers and words. Then, students complete activity independently or with a partner. Finally, students draw pictures of labeling 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. all the way to 10th.

Be sure to check out more Ordinal Numbers Worksheets.

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