Ordinal Numbers Queue Activity Sheet

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  • I actually think that if the worksheet says "there are 9 people", then the picture should show 9 people etc.  Otherwise it's just confusing.  It's a good activity but I need the pictures to reflect the question more accurately.  Can this be amended at all?

    , Sep 24th
    • Hi there!
      Thanks for getting in touch with us - it is lovely to hear from you :)

      The worksheet in question has some of the people already inside the shop, so if there are 9 in total and it shows 6 outside, then 3 are already in the shop, the underlined person is therefore 4th. Hope this makes it a little clearer for you :)

      Please get back in touch if I can be of further assistance!

      Have a lovely day :)
      Kind regards,

      Victoria

      , Sep 24th
  • as an extension task

    , Sep 9th
  • maths work

    , May 17th
  • Love the level of challenge in this worksheet. Great for getting the children thinking!

    , Jun 29th
    • Hi becpico1,
      So glad to hear you like it, thank you for your comment!

      , Jun 29th
Use this fantastic worksheet to see how well your children are doing with their ordinal numbers!
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