Consecutive Numbers Worksheets
What Are Consecutive Numbers?
Mathematics can be a very tough subject, isn't that correct? It has so many sets of rules and customs that you need to learn before you can set yourself to solve a question! And all of these sets need to be remembered because if you don't remember what the rule was, you cannot get the right answer! What a bother!
But math also has some fun things that are fairly very easy to remember. Some things about the subject are really cool! Let us take a look at something new. Do you know what consecutive numbers are? Not to worry, we will explore what these are together!
Consecutive is an English word that means without a gap. So, when we talk about consecutive numbers, it means numbers that come after one another without any gap, or break! Consecutive numbers are numbers from the smallest to the largest, without a gap.
For example, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15...
78, 79, 80, 81, 82...
876, 877, 879, 880..

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates ordering numbers least to greatest. 1.Place the group of numbers above in order from lowest to greatest. 2. Circle yes or no whether they are consecutive, I.e. appearing one after the other as in 1, 2, 3, or not consecutive, appearing out of order.
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Independent Practice 1
Students confirm consecutive numbers in 8 different problems. Place the numbers in the following problems box from lowest to greatest and mark whether they are consecutive or not.
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Independent Practice 2
Student order numbers from least to greatest in 8 math problems.
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Homework Worksheet
Provides a warm up problem that is completed for students. Includes 5 additional practice problems.
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Complete the next two terms in this series of letters:
O T T F F S S E ...
Answer: N T (the letters are the first letter in the number series).