Since everything I seem to be posting lately deals with Number Lines, I thought I would continue the theme with a few Teachers Pay Teachers Freebies that focus on understanding and using number lines.
Counting Flip Chart has children count how many items are on the page and then circle the corresponding number on a Number Path.
Help children identify missing numbers along a number line by using this Number Line Scoot Activity.
Check out this Out of This World number line game that uses addition and subtraction of numbers. Includes a variation with negative numbers.
This fall themed Double Digit Addition activity gives students the freedom to show their own strategy on the open number line.
Rounding to the nearest 10 or 100 can be a difficult concept for students, but using a number line gives them a visual representation that makes it easier to understand. Check out this great Rounding With a Number Line activity and practice/homework sheets.
Download this simple, yet powerful Multiplication Strategies Anchor Chart.
Number Line Lane is a nice activity to help kids use benchmark numbers when placing fractions on a number line.
Get your students up and moving as they build a fraction number line in Fraction Number Line Challenge.
Okay, so this one isn't a free one, but since it is Thanksgiving time I thought I'd share these Turkey Subitizing Cards.
Labels: Addition, Fractions, multiplication, Number Line, Number Path, Number Sequencing, Rounding, Thanksgiving, TpT Freebies