Waiting in line isn't always easy, but this game makes waiting in line fun.

Children can easily learn ordinal numbers by pairing the ordinal number with the character's place in line as they patiently wait to attend a movie. Each character is different and allows callers and players to use their imagination during play. Here are some simple examples for play:

Who is first in line?
Who is fifth inline?
Who is third in line?
What place in line is the child holding the jam?
What place in line is the child holding a blanket?
What place is person who went swimming?
What place in line is Francis? Peter? Luke?
What is the name of the person standing to the left of (person) in line?
What place are they in the line?
If Martha is 9th place in line, what place in line is the person standing next to her on her right? Left?
If the fifth and tenth people got out of line, who would they be? What are their names? How many people would still be left in line?

The game is bright, colorful and suitable for young learners. Numbers used range from 1st to 20th. Game instructions provide a number of examples for play.

 

Age: Wee+
Focus: Ordinal numbers practice using numerals and counting from 1-20
Theme:  Going to the movies, waiting in line, patience


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Create DateJune 17, 2013
Category Tags   Game     Math     Montessori Games  
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