• This number line will serve as a classroom reference tool and visual aid, providing students with a foundation of the counting progression.
• The number line has been created with base ten block representations to help students see the size of each number. This will aid in discussions about rounding, and comparing, and ordering numbers.
• Gray half marks are placed between each number to help familiarize students with the beginning idea of fractions.
• This classroom wall number line spans approximately 41 feet. (If numbers 1-100 are only hung up the number line will not be as long). This product requires assembly, but there are lines on each page to help you align the number line. Directions for assembly are included.
• Print this number line onto card stock. I recommend laminating the number line as well especially if you plan on reusing it the following year.
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