I use this as morning work with my students. I hand write the number of the day in the sun. I do five different numbers and then create a packet each week that they keep in their desks. When I do it this way, they have their morning in their desks. It saves me time by not having to pass new papers out each morning and it gets me ready for the week by having the packet ready for them on Monday mornings.
You can start with two-digit number and then as the year progresses, add three-digit numbers.
This paper calls for students to:
Write 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, an 10 less than the number
Write how many hundreds, tens, and ones are in the number
Draw the number in picture form (I have them draw the number in tens and ones)
Create a number bond with the number
Write one addition and one subtraction sentence with the number
Determine whether the number is odd or even
Write two comparing sentences (< and >)
Write the number name for the number (example: twenty-four)