I came up with this idea when my students were having trouble writing numbers without reversals and writing the higher numbers. I have provided my ideas, but would love to hear your ideas, too!
At the bottom of each page you will see a number and a letter. The number tells the sequence of the pages. The letters stand for:
a = tracers: level 1
b = missing numbers: level 2
c = more missing numbers: level 3
d = no numbers in between: level 4
Each activity is repeated twice. The first time you see the activity it is copied twice per sheet of paper, so you can cut the sheets in half to save paper. The second time there is one number writing activity per sheet and a variety of activities to help with those who finish early. You may choose which style suits your classroom.
First are the activities to help children practice writing their numbers in sets of twenty numbers. Because it is required for students to begin counting at random numbers, not just one, each practice begins at a different number.
On pages 177-187 you will find a pre-assessment, progress monitoring and post assessments. These are also leveled.