# Ordering of Numbers Math Game and Activities

\$4.00

This Ordering of Numbers game is a great math game for missing numbers to 10. Our kids love playing Scoot. This game will get your students up and moving as they learn about ordering of numbers 0-10. Use it as an assessment for sequencing numbers or as a center with fun manipulatives. This is one of our favorite games to play math!

manipulatives numbered up to 20 for kids who need more,

differentiated worksheets, and black and white cards.

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This Ordering of Numbers game is a great math game for missing numbers to 10. Our kids love playing Scoot. This game will get your students up and moving as they learn about ordering of numbers 0-10. Use it as an assessment for sequencing numbers or as a center with fun manipulatives. This is one of our favorite games to play math!

manipulatives numbered up to 20 for kids who need more,

differentiated worksheets, and black and white cards.

We have also included other games for math class in this resource, so these task cards have versatile uses. They are great for differentiation strategies!

• Laminate them and add some dry erase markers.
• Post the cards around the room and give students the recording sheet on a clipboard.
• You can play Around the World where a card is shown to 2 students standing, and the first one to yell out the answer moves to the next desk. The student that makes it to the most desks wins.

Enjoy even more versatility and get great ideas from the included teacher guides!

We have included directions for 5 different games.

Includes:

• Directions to “Scoot”
• 24 task cards for and 4 Take a Break Cards if you have more than 24 students in color and black and white.
• numbered and unnumbered manipulatives in color and black and white
• Subtraction Sheet
• Teacher Guides for 5 Games
• Recording sheets
• Differentiated Cut and Paste worksheets

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Hello! We are Pam and Brittany, a mother and daughter team from Dynamic Learning, and we love creating products that make learning fun and dynamic for your students!

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