Simple 0-20 Number Lines
Give young mathematicians the choice: number line with spaceships, butterflies, ladybugs, frogs, or nothing (plain)? Each number line spans 1-20 with 0, 10, and 20 highlighted.
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- Print these on cardstock and lay out on a table for kids to choose from as they come in the door
- Have kids tape these onto their desks for reference
- Show examples using the fun graphics and then hand out blank number lines (last page) for kids to decorate their own
- Full color or plain black-and-white options available
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