Ordering and Position Worksheets
What Do the Positions (First, Middle, and Last) Mean? Isn't math exceedingly difficult? Well, there are a few definitions and rules in math that make the subject very interesting and not at all boring. So, do you know what positions are? Let us take a look, shall we? Position in math refers to the space that is occupied by an object with respect to another object, meaning wherever something is placed, that will be its position. There are three types of positions in math: First, Middle, Last...  First  A value that is placed ahead or at the top of all other values is known as the first position. Middle  Values that are placed between two other positions are known as middle positions. Last  A value that is placed at the bottom or at the end of all other values is known as the last value.

Basic Lesson
Students learn the concept of first, middle, and last. It explores the relation between position and numbers. Follow the position and number based directions.
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Intermediate Lesson
Adds more than one position to each direction and sequence. Color the middle 3 circles blue. Color the first 2 circles red.
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Independent Practice 1
Follow the position and number based directions to complete each problem. Follow the position and number based directions.
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Independent Practice 2
Break out the colors! Follow the position and number based directions to complete each problem.
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Homework Worksheet
Provides 5 ordering and position problems with a completed example.
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What's It Mean?
Here is a row of numbers that forms a pattern; can you
figure out what determines the pattern?
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1
It is the alphabet. Why? Each number represents the number of syllables
in the letter!