• Cut these numbers out to create a 1.5-inch tall horizontal number line of any length (0-201).
• The 5s and 10s are labeled with red and blue numbers in order to help you teach skip counting.
• You might want to run this off on cardstock or mount it on construction paper.
• I have mounted a number line from 0 to 50 on the ledge below my white board for easy access during teaching. As the school year progresses, I use bigger numbers. It’s laminated, so my students and I can use dry erase markers to circle and cross out numbers.
• Add my arrows to the ends of your number line to help your students
understand the vocabulary used when comparing numbers. Blank arrows are provided so you can pick which vocabulary you want your students to focus on.
* Take a look at my other math tools including a number line with extra large numbers on TPT. – Miss Pav