Ordering KS1 Maths. Links to free to use Maths ordering resources, suitable for ages 5-6 years, key stage one, elementary grades 1-2. Fun activities for the classroom, or for parents wanting to improve their child's maths skills.
Adventure Sequences Interactive
Help Molly jump over to the next number in the sequence.
Forest Number Ordering Interactive
Help Max in the forest by putting these numbers in order from highest to lowest.
Measuring, Ordering & Size Printable
This section contains a variety of resources designed to help develop pupils’ ability to compare, measure and order different lengths and sizes.
Ordering Caterpillar Interactive
Choose your minimum and maximum number. Children then arrange numbered buds on the branch. If you are finished, click on the caterpillar to see if you are right.
Ordering One-Digit Numbers Video
How to order children according to their age using a number line, finishing with a catchy song about ordering numbers. The children queuing up to go on a slide are 6, 9, 5, 7 and 0 years old. The children are put in order from youngest to oldest. You could also line the children up on a number line with 0 being at the start as the smallest number. By looking at the children on a number line you can see the gaps in their age clearly.
Washing Line Interactive
Hang out the washing in the correct order in this Key Stage 1 ordinal number activity.
What Comes Next? Interactive
Drag and drop the correct object to complete the sequence.
Worksheet Genius Printable
Create maths worksheets with this free easy to use tool.
Including; ordering, place value, addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, clocks, greater/less than and many more. A real time saver.