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Number Line

I created this Interactive number line to use this summer and we’ve already added the numbers 1-5 to it.  The kiddos love it because they can check it to find out different ways numbers are represented.  We use these cards when we are representing numbers with the items in our Math Tubs as well. 🙂

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We use our Math Notebooks and my All About the Numbers pack to learn more about numbers.  We then use my 1-10 Number Books to help us represent numbers in our notebooks.

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Interactive Number Line

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Interactive Number Line

I took a STEM (mostly Math) workshop the first two weeks after school got out this year and after listening to our instructor talk about Number Lines, I decided I wanted to make one that was more interactive than just a line of numbers stuck on my wall.  I wanted my kiddos to be able to use it and grab parts of it if they needed to; so I came up with this number line!

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I’m super excited that my kiddos can un-Velcro any card they might need to help them identify numbers.

Right now, the number line only goes to 10, but I may increase it to 20 if I think my students need it.

I’ve represented each number in a variety of different ways to meet the needs of my different learners:

  • tally marks
  • dice
  • ten frames
  • unifix cubes
  • rekenreks
  • finger counting
  • number word
  • number
  • base ten blocks

The number symbol goes at the top and it permanent. Each of the cards below hangs on a ribbon and is attached with Velcro. {The Velcro is not included}.

Photo directions are included {and so is a diagram!}.  You can get yours from my Teachers Pay Teachers store! 🙂

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