Learn about Numbers
How high can you count? Here is a poem to help you remember the numbers 110.
One, two, buckle my shoe
Three, four, shut the door
Five, six, pick up sticks
Seven, eight, lay them straight
Nine, ten, a big fat hen
Now, can you count higher? How about counting to one hundred or one thousand? Use the counting chart to practice saying and writing the numbers 1100. Then try the counting quiz. Soon you will be able to count to one billion!
Cardinal Numbers
The numbers you use for counting are called "cardinal numbers", for example:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10...
eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen...
Here are some other cardinal numbers you need to remember for counting:
0 

Zero 
1 

One 
10 

Ten 
100 

One hundred 
1,000 

One thousand 
1,000,000 

One million 
1,000,000,000 

One billion 
Ordinal Numbers
The numbers you use to talk about the order of things are called "ordinal numbers", for example:
My horse came in first.
I was the fifth person in line.
Here are the first ten ordinal numbers:
First 
1st 

Sixth 
6th 
Second 
2nd 

Seventh 
7th 
Third 
3rd 

Eighth 
8th 
Fourth 
4th 

Ninth 
9th 
Fifth 
5th 

Tenth 
10th 
Multiples
Sometimes numbers aren't expressed in cardinal or ordinal numbers.
Here are a few examples:
Half (1/2)
Single (1)
Double (x2)
Triple (x3)
Quadruple (x4)
A pair/couple (2)
A few (2 or 3)
Several (more than 3)
A dozen (12)
A half dozen (6)
Are you ready to try some maths? How about a trivia game?
