This is a fluency check for students' abilities to order numbers 1-20. There are 7 sequences of 4 numbers for them to order. There is a location for putting a student's time, if the teacher wants to turn the worksheet into a timed practice or assessment.
This worksheet generator help teachers quickly create counting money worksheets. Some of the options you can choose from are: how many questions and columns you want, the money's nationality, and currency type.
Create unlimited amounts of worksheets that help students reinforce their ability to tell time. With this worksheet generator, teachers can create practice sheets. Some of the options on the worksheet generator are: type of clock face, increments of time, how many questions you want, and whether or not you want the hour and minute hands on the clocks.
This website contains a worksheet generator for comparing numbers. With this website you get to decide how many problems you want on the worksheet, the range of numbers you want your students to do, and whether or not numbers can be positive or negative. Create as many worksheets as you would like with this app.
This link has 4 worksheets that help reinforce comparing numbers for your elementary students. All numbers are from one to two-hundred. Answer keys are included. One of the worksheets has students taking three numbers and ordering them. The last worksheet has 4 word problems.