Option 2: Design an activity that explores sequences of instructions. In the early years, this could be an activity that encourages children to develop skills in putting things into a logical sequence. In the older years this could be more complex and involve students playing a game or doing an activity. If you are teaching remotely (online) describe an activity that students can participate in from home or in an online environment.
Read students a book on a specific sequence of events/steps to develop their understanding of the concept, for example; The steps to growing a plant, the steps to making a sandwich, or the steps they take to get ready for bed at night/ school in the morning. Students could then be provided a worksheet with cut outs where they will be required to produce the correct sequence of steps/instructions to complete the task. This task will help develop sequencing skills alongside understandings of ordinal numbers.