### Before – Which Number Comes First?

Cut out the numbers along the dotted lines. Glue in each square showing which number comes before the number given. Have fun!

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Positional words can be a bit tricky. Sometimes we take for granted kids know the words and the meaning that relates where things are, i.e. what position they’re in. But this isn’t always so. These worksheets help kids figure that out and keep those terms straight. So far the words addressed in this section are: before, after, between; left and right; and top, middle, bottom. They include numbers, letters and objects. These skills are appropriate for kindergarten and/or first grade.

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Cut out the numbers along the dotted lines. Glue in each square showing which number comes before the number given. Have fun!

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Kids circle the letter that comes after the letter in darkest print in this after worksheet. Then they can color the ladybugs if they want to, or if you say so!

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This after worksheet has all the numbers needed on the page. Circle the number that comes after the number in darkest print. Kids can color the hearts if they want to.

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In this after worksheet the object that comes after is found by “reading” from left to right. In each row circle the flower that comes after the tulip. Color the flowers.

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For this after worksheet the upper and lower case letters match their own kind. Kids cut out the letters and glue showing which letter comes next.

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Kids may need a number line for this after worksheet. They cut out the squares and glue on showing which number comes after the number given.

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It’s time for before AND after not just before or after. Write the numbers that come before and after the number given. If desired, color the apples in a pattern.

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Make sure kids write only lower case letters in this before and after worksheet. Write the lower case letters that come before and after the letters given.

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Be nice to the ladybugs! Maybe they’ll help you write the upper case letters that come before and after the letters given. Color the ladybugs in a pattern.

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In this between worksheet kids color the shapes that are between the other shapes in each set. That’s easy! It’s always going to be the shape in the middle. Color.

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Fingers can be used to count in this between worksheet. Of course, unless the teacher says so! Kids write the numbers that come between the numbers given. Color.

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Try to see if kids can fill in the blanks without looking at the alphabet. Here’s where the abc song comes in handy! Write the lower case letters between the letters given.

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For this between worksheet you’ll need alphabet letters in order for kids to look at. Kids write the upper case letters that come between the letters given.

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Have a go at these stacked apples! Color the top apple green, the middle apples yellow, and the bottom apples red, like a traffic light. Fill them in nice and full and make them yummy looking!

Now we all know how a snowman is stacked – the big snowball on the bottom, the medium snowball in the middle, and the small snowball on the top. Have fun cutting and gluing!

Put a circle around the top star, cross out the middle stars, and put squares around the bottom stars. Then comes the fun part. Color them all in whatever color you want!

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