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 arrange the numbers in order on the line.
In my classroom, I placed a long piece of painters tape (it peels off easily) on my whiteboard and placed magnetic dots on the back of each number. This created a magnetic number center on my whiteboard for students to visit. I introduce one decade at a time for students to master counting, writing, and sequencing. Each time a new decade is introduced, I add the corresponding numbers to the whiteboard number line and remove previous decade so that the classroom number line only includes twenty to thirty consecutive numbers at a time (such as numerals 60-90).
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