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Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line

Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
Expanded Form Cards Black on White for Wall Number Line
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These expanded form cards for numbers 1-120 come in two styles to help label your classroom wall number line. If the number line is placed low enough for children to reach, the word cards can be used as an interactive learning tool. If the cards are printed on card stock, and laminated with Velcro placed on the back of each card, the cards will work best for interactive activities. (of course masking tape works too!)

There are two styles of cards to choose from. The triangular cards are for space saving, but the numbers aren't as large. The more rectangular and pointed cards allow for students to see the numbers in a larger size.

The expanded form cards can be used with either a store bought number line or withthis Number Line with Base Ten Blocks to match the word cards..

You may also like to try these word form cards to accompany the number line.

You can see other products of mine by visiting my Teachers Pay Teachers store at Ms. K, Math.

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