Ordering Numbers Worksheets
In this page, you have a lot of creative skills in ordering whole numbers, integers and decimals. It contains themed worksheets, standard ordering worksheets, sorting out the numbers using place value box, finding all possible combinations using the given digits, sorting real-life numbers and cut-glue activities.
To compare any two numbers, using <, > or = symbols, please go to Greater Than Less Than Worksheets.
Ordering Numbers: Theme Based
Each worksheet has a unique theme with four problems in ordering numbers from least to greatest and vice versa.
Ordering Numbers: Standard Type
Compare the numbers in each question and order them in ascending (increasing) or descending (decreasing) order. It also contains worksheets on ordering integers and decimals.
Ordering Numbers: Place Value Box
The worksheet contains ordering numbers based on place values. Complete each place value box by filling the numbers in the given order.
Greater Than Less Than Symbols
Each worksheet contains seven problems comparing and sorting numbers using < and > symbols. This section also contains worksheets on sorting integers and decimals.
Framing and Ordering Numbers
Find out all possible number combinations that can be formed by the given digits. Arrange those numbers in order given in the direction.
Ordering Real-life Numbers
Each ordering worksheet has numbers related to real-world situation. Few of the situations are dollars, cents, temperature, measures of mass, capacity and weight, etc.
Cut-Glue Activity: Superboy Theme
Cut out the numbers from the bottom of each worksheet and glue them on the Superboy graphics in the given order.
Cut-Glue Activity: Batgirl Theme
This section contains cut-glue activity based on ordering numbers. Gorgeous, furious Batgirl theme is used.
Cut-Glue Activity: Spiderboy Theme
This Spiderboy is not just meant for adventures, also for learning ordering numbers.