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Complete The Sequence: Ordering Numbers Practice Game for Kindergarten

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This is a fun and easy online number sequencing game for kids. There are 3 available difficulties: Easy, Medium & Hard. Players need to select the right numbers missing from the sequence to complete the level. The game will ask you if you want to play it again after you completed it. It’s good practice for beginners that just started learning basic mathematics.

  • Choose from 3 available difficulties: Easy, Medium and Hard.
  • Figure out the right number missing from the incomplete sequence.
  • Complete the sequence by popping the bubble with the right number.
  • Finish the level and play again to practice your number pattern recognition skills.

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Complete The Sequence Ordering & Sequencing Math Game Play Instructions

How to Play

Choose from 3 available difficulties: Easy, Medium and Hard. Complete the sequence by popping the bubbles with the right consecutive numbers. Select the big orange Play button to play again.

  • Starting the Game
    • Choose from 3 available difficulties on the welcome page screen. Pick from Easy, Medium and Hard.
    • Then select the big orange Play button on the bottom left part of the screen.
    • Game starts as soon as the word “Complete the sequence!” appears.
    • On mobile, the game will instruct you to play it horizontally.
  • Game Controls
    • Pop the bubble containing the right numbers to complete the sequence.
    • Mouse
      • Left click on the bubble you want to pop.
      • You chose the right answer when the number goes into the missing sequence box.
      • There are no penalties for choosing the wrong answer.
    • Touchscreen
      • Tap on the bubble you want to pop.
      • You chose the right answer when the number goes into the missing sequence box.
      • There are no penalties for choosing the wrong answer.
  • Other Opening Screen Button
    • The Tip Toggle button is located on the lower left part of the welcome screen. It toggles the in-game assistance for struggling players.
    • Select it if you are having a hard time figuring out the next number for the sequence.
    • After a few failed tries, a number will flicker on the box showing you the right answer.
  • Strategy
    • This is a beginner friendly number pattern recognition game for children. It’s a good way to train kids and students to sharpen their math skills.
    • Choose from 3 different difficulties: Easy, Medium and Hard.
    • Players needs to select the right consecutive numbers missing from the sequence to complete the level.
      • Select the right number by popping the bubbles containing them.
      • If you got the right answer, the number will go to the appropriate box.
      • If you got the wrong answer, the number will just disappear.
      • There are no penalties from picking the wrong answer.
      • Complete the sequence by filling up the blank boxes with the right numbers.
    • There is a graph indication below the boxes. It shows if the number sequence is in ascending or descending order.
    • You can pause the game by selecting another tab. But it’s not needed since there is no timer in the game.
    • The questions are randomly generated so it’s no use if you memorize the order.
    • Use the Tip Toggle button if you are having a hard time finishing the game.
    • After you complete the game, it will ask you if you want to play again. It’s a great brain exercise to help kids practice their basic math solving skills.

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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support

This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.

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One comment on "Complete The Sequence: Ordering Numbers Practice Game for Kindergarten"

  • Joey says:

    It’s exactly what it says on the tin. Players must choose the right numbers in the provided sequence from a sea of bubbles. They must choose the numbers in the proper order. Before starting, players must identify the sequence presented. Is it ascending or descending? How big are the increments? The game also offers three levels of difficulty to test the student’s math skills.

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