# Math in Focus Kindergarten Chapter 10 Answer Key Ordinal Numbers

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## Math in Focus Kindergarten Chapter 10 Answer Key Ordinal Numbers

Lesson 1 Sequencing Events

Pair.

Definition of ordinal numbers: Ordinal numbers are the numbers that indicate the exact position of something or someone at a place. If the number of objects/persons are specified in a list: the position of the objects/persons is defined by ordinal numbers.
According to the definition we need to map the correct sequence of the above-given diagram.

The first stage is laying eggs.
The second stage is the eggs slowly broke up.
The third stage is the little birds comes out from the broken eggs.

Color the frames

Definition of ordinal numbers: Ordinal numbers are the numbers that indicate the exact position of something or someone at a place. If the number of objects/persons are specified in a list: the position of the objects/persons is defined by ordinal numbers.
According to the definition we need to map the correct sequence of the above-given diagram.

Explanation:
In the first stage, we need to wear socks.
In the second stage, we need to wear shoes.
In the third stage, we need to tie up the shoe lays.

Color.

Question 1.

The apple is red in colour.
To eat apples, first of all, we need to wash the apple. This is the first stage.

Question 2.

The peel-off is the second stage of eating apples. Because wax is present above the apples. So definitely we need to peel off the first layer of the apple.

Question 3.

After peeling off eating is the third stage.
Now we can happily eat the apple because we removed the first layer which is not good for health.

Question 4.

After completion of eating the apple, we need to throw it out in the dustbin which is the last stage. Do not leave the remaining part here and there which is not good for society and human health also.

Lesson 2 Physical Position

Color the child that comes before Baby Bear. Circle the child that comes after Baby Bear.