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Printable Number Line

Primary School Maths - Printable Number Line 0 - 124

  • Includes numerals and words.
  • Ideal as a large print number line for student reference around the wall, or cut the numerals and words up for a matching game.
Ideas for Use

Printable Number Line - Suggestions for Use


  • Cut off the blank space at bottom, laminate and place in a line across your classroom wall.

  • Cut across the middle, laminate and just have the numerals showing in a line across your classroom wall - ideal for teacher / student reference.

  • Make your printable number line as long or as short as you like depending on the ages of your children.

  • Cut up all squares and laminate - becomes a numeral / word matching activity

  • Ideal for maths 'warm up' activities. For example refer to the number line when practicing counting by 2's, 5's, 10's.

  • Great for introductory addition and subtraction - start on a number - count on or count back (use a whiteboard marker to mark the 'jumps' or counts.

  • Circle groups of numbers using whiteboard markers - eg. how many groups of 2 up to number 20?

  • Play 'missing numbers' blu tac blank squares onto the number line while the children close their eyes - they then tell you which numbers are missing from the line.

  • Use on the floor for children to make lines using concrete materials (counters, plastics shapes etc) under the numbers

  • Children place the number line in order on the floor.

  • Use as a reference for number 'language' - between, bigger than, smaller than, odd, even, entry points - eg. we have 23 apples - start at 23 etc,

  • Play 'dice games' using the number line on the floor. Make up certain rules, for example, when land on odd number - more ahead 3 spaces, or for older children - when land on a multiple of 5 - miss a turn etc.

  • Reduce the printable number line is size by choosing printing option 4 in 1 or smaller and place on children's desks using contact.

    Please share your ideas and add your Suggestions for Use for - Printable Number Line - to comments section below.... Enjoy!

 
 
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