Reading Ordinal Numbers 3: Ordinal numbers tell the position of something in a list. Read the given ordinal number in written form and drag and drop the correct ordinal number in numerals to match them. Enjoy learning ordinal numbers!

**What are Cardinal Numbers?** 1 – one, 2 – two, 3 – three, 4 – four, 5 – five, 6 – six, 7 – seven, 8 – eight, 9 – nine, 10 – ten 11 – eleven, 12 – twelve, 13 – thirteen, 14 – fourteen 15 – fifteen, 16 – sixteen, 17 – seventeen, 18 – eighteen, 19 – nineteen, 20 – twenty …… are cardinal numbers. Cardinal numbers say how many of something there are. We know how to read cardinal numbers very well.

**What are Ordinal Numbers?**

An Ordinal Number is a number that tells the position of something in a list. Look at the following examples;

**One – 1**

**Two – 2**

**Three – 3**

**Four – 4**

**Five – 5**

**Six – 6**

**Seven – 7**

**Eight – 8**

**Nine – 9**

**Ten – 10**

**First – 1st**

**Second – 2nd**

**Third – 3rd**

**Fourth – 4th**

**Fifth – 5th**

**Sixth – 6th**

**Seventh – 7th**

**Eighth – 8th**

**Ninth – 9th**

**Tenth – 10th**

Learning ordinal numbers is fun. Learn how to read ordinal numbers with our kindergarten ordinal numbers activities.