I tutor students with learning issues and disabilities. One of my students, who can count, has a good deal of trouble with before & after numbers, less than and greater than numbers, and putting numbers in order. In my effort to try to get him to understand numbers, I made up these worksheets.
There are twelve pages of worksheets. I only used five numbers per page. With those numbers in various order, I set up a three-part worksheet. The first part is after numbers, before & after numbers, and before numbers. The second part is less than and greater than. The last part is putting them in order from least to greatest and greatest to least.
The first four pages have numbers between 10 and 100. The next four pages have numbers between 1-200. Then there are two pages of numbers between 100 and 200. After that, there are two pages of numbers between 100 and 350.
I use minimal to no pictures because of the distraction they cause the student. I do use lots of color. I used a special font for dyslexia, Open Dyslexic on this product. The same font you see on this page.
This set includes twelve worksheets in color, the same worksheets in black and white, and an answer key.
You have permission to use these worksheets year after year for your own students only. Please respect copyright and do not share these worksheets with anyone else.