Find the Last! Worksheet

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When young students understand what it means to be first in line, first in a row, or to be first in a race, then ask what it means to be last.  Use this worksheet to clear up any confusion about what it means to be “last.”  Students look at sets of people or objects and then choose the one that is last. This free resource is perfect for young students when learning about sequence words. Follow up on the worksheet activity with hands-on applications in the classroom! Ask students to describe or act out the events of their day. What happens last? Have fun with this printout!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should be able to observe a series or group of objects or people and identify which one is the last item. They should be familiar with sequencing and understand the concept of being last in a group.

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