This sketch which demonstrates FIRST and LAST was remade in 1981 with a blue Grover and other original Sesame Street Muppet monsters. (02:29)
Performers in that version:
Grover - Frank Oz
Bruce Monster - Jim Henson
Maurice Monster - Richard Hunt...
Harry Monster - Jerry Nelson[more]

This is a brief slideshow (5 slides) that shows cardinal and ordinal numbers. The slides show the difference between cardinal and ordinal numbers. When showing the ordinal numbers, the differences are shown in yellow. No narration.

Ordinal numbers indicate the position of objects in a list. The teachers counts objects, using the ordinal numbers. This video includes two brief games to help reinforce the concept for a young learner.

The Spiders are Marching… Ordinal Number Fun! This slideshow is for younger learners and consists of 21 slides that demonstrate ordinal numbers and gives facts about spiders. Viewers click through the slides.

This is a Wilbooks talking book about first to last that was made for younger learners. (01:41) The 'pages' turn as the story is being read ...twice. The words appear at the bottom of the screen.

This is a vintage Sesame Street classic in which Grover and his friends demonstrate 'first' and 'last'. The video is sometimes blurry and 'streaked' at the bottom but is still understandable.

En este video, el joven explica las diferencias entre los números cardinales, ordinales, fraccionales o multiplicativos, mientras que muestra ejemplos. Sus estudiantes podrán aprender a escribir fechas, cantidades y órdenes. Este practicograma expli...ca sus normas de uso y diferencias. (4:45)[more]

Using shapes, students will count using ordinal numbers to find the position of an object in line. Practice counting using ordinal numbers- first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth.

This is an adaptation of the 10 Little Ducks by Eric Carle. This short slide show (4 slides) offers younger learners a way to learn ordinal numbers first through fifth. The last slide is a quiz. Viewer clicks through the individual slides.

This is a 23-second video with young children giving their order in line demonstrating the use of ordinal numbers. Camera work and sound are average. (:23)

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