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These Caterpillar Counting Floor number lines are a great tool to use in your math class! The cute caterpillars will come along as your students practice counting and working with numbers. There are four different number lines. The red/blue number line is 0-20. The green/pink number line counts
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This is a large number line from -10 to 10. It is a great resource to use when introducing or reviewing the comparing, ordering, adding, and subtracting of positive and negative integers. Simply print out, laminate, and place on the floor! Ask students to find integers, order themselves on the nu
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Students will enjoy hopping along the frog number line as they solve addition and subtraction problems on a number line. Simply place the frogs on the floor for students to hop to right to solve addition problems or hop to the left to solve subtraction problems. This is a great gross motor activity
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This life-size frog number line is intended to help students actualize number lines in their minds. They will get practice with number order, counting forward, counting backward, more than/less than terminology, missing addends, missing subtrahends, skip counting and more. The frogs that are provi
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Put some 'moves' in your NUMBER SEQUENCING 1-20 activities! You don't have to be sitting down for MATH FUN! Your kids will play a GROUP GAME and sing a funny SONG (or RHYME), while their numbers 'move down the Number Line' and are put in sequence. "NUMBER LINE, NUMBER LINE, Movin' Down That NUMBE
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Students will have fun sharpening their fraction skills with this set of 30 task cards, aligned to 3rd grade common core standards {3.NF.A.1 and 3.NF.A.2}. They are also helpful for 2nd grade enrichment or 4th grade remediation. You can use them for math centers, test prep, assessments and early f
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Students will enjoy hopping along on the bunny number line as they solve addition and subtraction problems. Simply place the bunnies on the floor for students to hop to the right to solve addition problems or hop to the left to solve subtraction problems. This is a great gross motor activity to do p
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A Common Core Floor or Personal Number Line Activity Differentiated To Meet the Various Readiness Levels Of Your Students There are three tiers to this activity. Addition/Subtraction through 5, 0-10 and 0-15. This common core subtraction and addition activity goes along my freebie (How to make a
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Rounding Poster Zero through four Stay on the floor Five through nine Up you'll climb. 3 rounding roller coaster worksheets with visuals to show rounding 1 rounding worksheet using a number line 2 more rounding practice pages, including a "Find Someone Who" A rounding activity/game with place value
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Bring hands-on exploration into your math instruction with this interactive number line. Print each number page (I prefer to use cardstock), laminate, then cut to separate the numbered pieces. Use a piece of tape or a string to create a simple number line on your classroom floor and have students ar
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I use these line up numbers to have my students quickly line up in alphabet/number order. I laminate them and use clear packing tape to adhere to my classroom tile floor. These lasted all year long. :)
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Here's an autumn game that will give your K-1 students lots of practice counting up and counting back on the number line to add and subtract.  Your students will read a card from the set of 45 clue cards, follow the directions, and “pick a pumpkin" by using a wipe-off marker to make an X on their o
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Here’s a winter-themed game that will give your K-1 students lots of practice adding and subtracting by counting up and counting back on the number line. When your students read a card from the set of 135 clue cards, they follow the directions and "catch a snowflake" by using a wipe-off marker to
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A Quick Fun Game Comparing Rational Numbers! A great way to practice for a quiz or for back to school review! I always tell my students that I'm a very visual type of gal and many of them are too! In order to really compare rational numbers, it is helpful to have students locate them on a number
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The number line is a powerful computation tool for young mathematicians! Here’s a set of 52 addition and subtraction cards for practice moving up and back on the number line. Each card has two steps for moving between zero and ten. There are also number lines in two formats. Small number lines will
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This spring math game will give your K-1 students lots of practice adding and subtracting by counting up and counting back on the number line. When your students read a card from the set of 144 clue cards, they follow the two directions (go up..., go back...) and use a wipe-off marker to make an X
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The number line is a great way for primary students to gain number sense and computational fluency. It helps young children to memorize and practice counting with ordinal numbers. The number line is a tool to help children develop a greater flexibility in mental math, operational proficiency, and
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Here’s a set of 56 addition and subtraction cards for practice moving up and back on the number grid and the number line. Each card has two steps for moving between zero and twenty. There Is also a board game for 2 to 4 players. Also included are half-page size number cards, 0-25. Attach them
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Here’s a Valentines Day game that will give your K-1 students lots of practice adding and subtracting by counting up and counting back on the number line. When your students read a card from the set of 135 clue cards, they follow the directions and "hug a (love!) bug" by using a wipe-off marker to
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I created this modern chalkboard word wall alphabet and number line set after searching high and low for classroom decor that was a bit more modern and sophisticated than what I'd found so far! I created it using two fonts - one a little more juvenile, one a little more refined, in case you're using
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Felix Froggy Floor Number Line 1 -20 This ‘feet-on’ number line will get your children jumping and hopping as they learn their numbers from 1-20. Cut and laminate Felix’s froggy masks and mount them on a stick for each child, or alternatively attach elastic to them. Get them to order the numbers
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A Quick Fun Game Comparing Rational and Irrational Numbers! A great way to practice for a quiz or for back to school review! I always tell my students that I'm a very visual type of gal and many of them are too! In order to really compare rational and irrational numbers, it is helpful to have stu
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This teacher resource pack from Liz's Early Learning Spot has been created to help introduce number lines 0-10 to young children. It encourages children to move as they learn to encourage retention, by starting with a floor number line for gross motor skills, then by using interactive number lines t
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This life-size bunny number line is intended to help students actualize number lines in their minds. They will get practice with number order, counting forward, counting backward, more than/less than terminology, missing addends, missing subtrahends, skip counting and more. The bunnies that are pr
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