Printable Number Line

Printable Number Line with numerals and words from 0 – 124. Odd and Even Numbers colour coded with large print.

Printable Number Line 0 – 124

• Includes numerals and words.
• Ideal as a large print number line for student reference around the wall, or cut the numerals and words up for a matching game.

Printable Number Line 1

Printable Number Line 1 - D'Nealian

Printable Number Line 1 - Zaner-Bloser

How to use this teaching resource

• Cut off the blank space at bottom, laminate and place in a line across your classroom wall.
• Cut across the middle, laminate and just have the numerals showing in a line across your classroom wall – ideal for teacher / student reference.
• Make your printable number line as long or as short as you like depending on the ages of your children.
• Cut up all squares and laminate – becomes a numeral / word matching activity
• Ideal for maths ‘warm up’ activities. For example refer to the number line when practicing counting by 2’s, 5’s, 10’s.
• Great for introductory addition and subtraction – start on a number – count on or count back (use a whiteboard marker to mark the ‘jumps’ or counts.
• Circle groups of numbers using whiteboard markers – eg. how many groups of 2 up to number 20?
• Play ‘missing numbers’ blu tac blank squares onto the number line while the children close their eyes – they then tell you which numbers are missing from the line.
• Use on the floor for children to make lines using concrete materials (counters, plastics shapes etc) under the numbers
• Children place the number line in order on the floor.
• Use as a reference for number ‘language’ – between, bigger than, smaller than, odd, even, entry points – eg. we have 23 apples – start at 23 etc,
• Play ‘dice games’ using the number line on the floor. Make up certain rules, for example, when land on odd number – more ahead 3 spaces, or for older children – when land on a multiple of 5 – miss a turn etc.
• Reduce the printable number line is size by choosing printing option 4 in 1 or smaller and place on children’s desks using contact.

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• The NSW Foundation print has the number 24 is underlined when only the odd numbers are underlined throughout the rest

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• Hi Melissa,
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have forwarded this to our design team and will let you know when the issue is rectified.
If we can help in any other way, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Kind regards,
Emma

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