Number Line or Hundred Number Chart Large Size to 200 for Valentine's Day! In First Grade, we will focus 1-120 mostly, but I included numbers up to 200 to use as number line. It may also be used for advanced students to put together numbers to 200.
I am so excited about using this as a number chart and in my room in a station to put together as a puzzle. This will be easy to differentiate. My below level students will piece together numbers 1-20, then move forward as they master. My average students will work on piecing together any set of numbers I give them according to the standard. My above level students will go to 120, starting anywhere I assign.
In addition, this could be used as a number line.
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