# Putting Things in Order

Being able to put things in order can make learning easier. If you are trying
to learn something hard, and you want to give up, try putting what you are learning
into some kind of order. When things are in an order, they can be easier to
think about and remember.

Trying to remember the letters R, T, P, A and Y may be hard because they don't
mean much to you. If you put them into an order that spells PARTY, the five
letters are easier to remember because you just need to remember that they mean
--a birthday party!

## Now lets practice putting things in order alphabetic order and number counting
order.

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Directions: Type the following letters in ABC order into the box below.

DGYTOAB

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Directions: Put the following NUMBERS in 1, 2, 3 order into the box below.
Use commas to separate the numbers.

22,4,7,15

## Now try some examples from each of the subjects

**Reference Library links that use ordering**

**Links to workbook pages that use ordering**

- Small, Smaller, Smallest and
Large, Larger, Largest
- Short, Shorter, Shortest
and Long, Longer, Longest
- Short, Shorter, Shortest and
Tall, Taller, Tallest
- Light, Lighter, Lightest and
Heavy, Heavier and Heaviest

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