Number Cards 0 -120
will be important tools to utilize in your classroom Math Centers to develop the concepts of place value, counting forwards and backwards, using the numbers 11 – 19, counting by tens, comparing numbers, and building a 0-119 or 1- 120 number chart!
• Learn to think flexibly about numbers
• See counting patterns in the number
• Recognize benchmark numbers and their
relationships to other numbers
• Develop base-ten understanding
Printer friendly black and white as well as colors sets are included, along with ready to print Task Cards for use in your Math Centers. Most activities have student-recording sheets too!
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