This is level 1: sort the numbers 1 to 9 from smallest to largest by clicking the purple buttons to swap pairs of numbered cards.
The numbers are not in the correct order. Keep trying.Check
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Level 1 - Sort the numbers 1 to 9 from smallest to largest
Level 2 - Sort a random collection of numbers between 10 to 99
Level 3 - Sort positive and negative whole numbers
Level 4 - Sort decimals
Level 5 - Sort fractions
Level 6 - Sort a mixed collection of numbers
Level 7 - Sort the tricky multiplication facts
More on this topic including lesson Starters, visual aids, investigations and self-marking exercises.
Currently the fastest time for this level (Level 1) has been achieved by Little_fire321 with a time of 0:19 (that is 19 seconds) on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. Can you beat that? If you can make sure you claim a trophy because that is how fast times are officially recognised.