This is a great fluency tool to keep their skills sharp and everything on the sheet comes up at some point during instruction throughout the year. Last year I asked my 4th graders " How many of you think expanded form on number of the day is easy? They all raised their hands and were like DUH! I said, Great! Well then you already know how to do today's math lesson. They got so excited for math class that day!
-coins and bills (I make them show the amount with the LEAST amount)
-base ten blocks
-counting on by 3's
The number line is used to show the number between the two closest tens. For example if the number of the day is 76 the number line would span from 70 to 80. I also have them draw an arrow to the appropriate end if you were round to the nearest 10.
This has been a wonderful asset in my classroom the past few years since I started doing it. Students glue this into their "number of the day notebook" daily and then I use it as my morning work. Which ever numbered day of school it is that is 'The number of the day", but you can designate your own number if you so choose. I do it this way so then the students can also keep track on their own.
***I have also included a smart board version of this. I will usually go over this as a warm up or wrap up to my math lesson. Since I use it as morning work, and its already completed in their notebook, I just call on them to come up to write the answers. they are usually BEGGING to be called on.