Where Do I Belong? - Part One

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Grade Level
Elementary School
Length of Time
40 minutes

This lesson is to help children learn how to organize books on the library bookshelves. The students have a worksheet of different numbers and letters, and they have to place the numbers and letters in the correct place.


Learn where books belong on the library shelves
Learn organization
Learn order of numbers and letters

Materials Needed


Pencils and Erasers


You can explain to the students how to order letters and numbers. You can write examples on the board, and then you can give them the following worksheet. Have them look at the numbers or letters and place them in the right spot.

Where Do I Belong? - Worksheet

Directions - Place the following numbers or letters in the correct spot. Circle the correct group.

(1) Sch = Sca to Sco

Scr to Sta

Ste to Str

(2) Bar = Bas to Bat

Baa to Bak

Bal to Bar

(3) Ced = Cad to Cee

Cef to Ded

Fed to Gee

(4) Tea = Tee to Ted

Tea to Ter

Ste to Rea

(5) Dea = Dee to Der

Dra to Dre

Dea to Deb

(6) 001.5 = 002 to 003

004 to 005

001.0 to 001.5

(7) 0.01 = 0.02 to 0.04

01 to 03

0.01 to 0.02

(8) 012 = 0.12 to 0.13

002 to 004

011 to 013

(9) 1.5a = 1.4 to 1.5

1.5a to 1.6a

1.5 to 1.6

(10) 2.15 = 2.15 to 2.3

2.4 to 2.5

3.1 to 3.15


You can grade the students on the total number correct.

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