These are visual graphic organizers that can be used as part of a lesson, review, or at a station with specific tools to complete.
For example, use rubber stamps for the money.
Provide rulers to draw segments that size.
These can also be leveled. For students identifying numbers, simply have them locate and circle the corresponding digit on the clock/ruler/phone. Again, it promotes stronger retention to provide these concrete materials in connection.
For more advanced learners, or dependent upon standards/scaffolding, students can: show specific times to the hour in correspondence to the number, draw a segment that measures the specific number (works best after finding concrete objects or measuring first), use real coins before a sticker or stamp. For those that have coins provided, begin writing value using dollar sign or cent sign.
Students can practice writing numbers on blank calendars. I would also provide a visual or magnetic numbers preceding the activity.
Emphasize importance of each number in the world around us while reviewing skills.