Ordering Numbers Worksheets
Kindle interest in kids with our printable ordering numbers worksheets. Whether it is arranging single-digit, 2-digit, 3-digit, 4-digit, 5-digit, or 6-digit numbers in ascending order or descending order, our pdfs are loads of fun to keep your kids in kindergarten through grade 5 glued for hours. Engaging exercises with captivating themes, with a touch of real-life in the form of arranging measurements in increasing and decreasing order, and exciting superhero cut and glue activities make these the most sought-after worksheets. Don't miss out on our free ordering numbers worksheets.
Entertain kids in kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 with these printable ordering numbers worksheets with unique themes to arrange numbers from the least to greatest and vice versa.
The superheores are all waiting to be arranged in order. Get kids to cut the numbers from the bottom of the page and sort them from least to greatest and glue them on the placards.
Propel the skills of your kids in arranging the numbers from the greatest to the least as they cut out the number cards and glue them on the Spider boys, Batgirls and Superboys.
Assess the knowledge of grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 kids with our ordering numbers worksheet pdfs in writing single, 2-digit and 3-digit numbers in ascending and descending order.
Kids will be wowed with these super easy printable worksheets as they arrange the length, capacity, temperature, weight, and money from the least to greatest or from the greatest to least.
A great opportunity awaits here to teach kids to compare 2-digit, 3-digit, and 4-digit numbers, and arrange them from the smallest to largest or vice versa based on the < and > symbols used.
Perfect for kids to exhibit their place value skills, our pdfs get them to split numbers according to their place values, and write them starting with the greatest or least as instructed.
Watch kids in 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade build all the numbers possible by trying different combinations, and then put them in increasing or decreasing order as directed.
Have you had a go at arranging numbers up to 99 from least to greatest? Try our ordering numbers pdfs that combine cutting and gluing with arranging numbers to re-vamp your boring exercises.
Keep imaginations flowing and small hands of kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 occupied, as they snip 2-digit numbers, sort them in decreasing order and glue them on the placards.
Invite your little ones to run a riot of ordering numbers with these pdfs. Kids observe the direction of the symbols and write the numbers sequencing them in ascending or descending order.
Learning is incomplete without assessment. These printable ordering numbers exercises are a go-to resource, if testing skills of 4th grade and 5th grade kids is on your mind.
Our ordering numbers worksheets make kids adept in arranging numbers and brush up their place value skills. Sorting a mixed set of numbers from smallest to largest or vice versa is in the cards.
Look forward to learning blended with fun as grade 4 and grade 5 kids arrange the numbers from the lowest to the highest or vice versa by observing the symbols, and rewrite the numbers.
Seize this set of printable ordering decimals worksheets and get the hang of arranging decimals with up to ten thousandths places in the increasing and decreasing order. Derive pleasure from decoding funny riddles by ordering!
Ordering fractions and mixed numbers is going to be as easy as pie with these pdf worksheets! Solve the exercises by arranging numbers with like and unlike denominators in the ascending and descending order.
Employ this set of printable ordering integers worksheets to enlighten children about sorting positive and negative numbers in order from greatest to least and vice versa. They recognize that the larger a negative integer, the smaller is its value!
Overloaded with ordering numbers? Here’s a bunch of interesting worksheets with loads of exercises on ordering money! Put the money amounts depicted as coins, bills, and decimal values of dollars and cents in the increasing and decreasing order.