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## Number Order - CCSS K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.4.c

An adult might need to read instructions to Kindergarten students for the activities below

 1. Bees And Honey. Click Image to Enlarge Numeration exercise - use this to help mouse skills. SEE MORE 2. Blast Off! Numerical Order. Click Image to Enlarge Children practice number sequences by arranging numbers in ascending order. Numbers are presented in sets of ten and the difficulty can be adjusted by selecting a level before playing. Drag the space rocks into the laser beam in the correct numerical order! Help collect all of the space rocks and become the hero this space city needs!  SEE MORE 3. Connect The Dots To Make A Picture. Click Image to Enlarge Connect numbers 1-18 worksheet to download and print.  SEE MORE 4. Counting Cars. Click Image to Enlarge A car-crashing, smashing counting game. Find the correct number by counting in ones and crash your car into it. Press the start button to start your engine, then read the number you need to find. Use the steering wheel to drive your car around the car park. You must crash into the car with the target number. SEE MORE 5. Counting Caterpillar. Click Image to Enlarge Practise ordering consecutive and non-consecutve numbers (numbers not next to one another). Use your knowledge of place value to put numbers in the correct order from the smallest to the largest.  SEE MORE 6. Counting Down. Click Image to Enlarge What is the next number if counting down? SEE MORE 7. Counting Up. Click Image to Enlarge What is the next number when counting up? Students click on the number that comes next, counting up. SEE MORE 8. Find The Missing Number. Click Image to Enlarge Fill in the missing number from one to ten. This is a keyboarding activity, not a mouse activity. SEE MORE 9. Ordering and Sequencing Numbers Games. Click Image to Enlarge A wide variety of ordering and sequencing numbers activities that provide opportunities both to recognize a number sequence and complete sequences of numbers. (Tablet Friendly) SEE MORE 10. Ordering Game. Click Image to Enlarge Drag numbers in the correct order. When you get the order right, a new round automatically starts. So you get lots of practice fast. SEE MORE 11. Ordering Numbers. Click Image to Enlarge Pop the balloons in the correct order, from least to greatest. SEE MORE 12. Range Arranger. Click Image to Enlarge The aim of this game is to build a tower tall enough to reach into space. The blocks must be stacked in the correct order, smallest to largest. SEE MORE 13. Saucer Sorter. Click Image to Enlarge A whole-class/small group teaching tool. Choose to count in steps or choose a start number and count in ones. Swap two numbers around or drag the "Star bar" to cover a number. SEE MORE

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