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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

## Ordinal Numbers:

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.