# Ordering Objects by Length—Let's Practise

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## Basics on the topicOrdering Objects by Length—Let's Practise

Today we are practising ordering objects by length with Razzi! This video contains examples to help you further practise and grow confident in this topic.

### TranscriptOrdering Objects by Length—Let's Practise

Razzi says get these items ready because today we're going to practise ordering objects by length. It's time to begin! Put these objects in order from shortest to longest. The toothbrush is the shortest, so it is first, the loaf of bread is longer than the toothbrush but shorter than the tennis racket, so it is next! The tennis racket is the longest, so it is last. Did you also put these in the same order? Let's tackle the next problem! Put these objects in order from shortest to longest. The spoon is the shortest, so it is first, the feather duster is longer than the spoon but shorter than the guitar, so it is next! The guitar is the longest, so it is last. Did you also put these in the same order? Let's practise some more! Put these objects in order from longest to shortest. The beach towel is the longest, so it is first, the book is shorter than the beach towel but longer than the postcard, so it is next! The postcard is the shortest, so it is last. Did you also put these in the same order? Let's try one more! Put these objects in order from longest to shortest. The skateboard is the longest, so it is first, the sandwich is shorter than the skateboard but longer than the mobile phone, so it is next! The mobile phone is the shortest, so it is last. Did you also put these in the same order? Razzi had so much fun practising with you today! See you next time!

## Ordering Objects by Length—Let's Practise exercise

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