Here is how I created my number lines.
Print the cards to A3 and laminate. I found a tall container that fits the string, pegs and cards. Make sure that the string or rope you will use is durable and at least 3 metres long.
The photo above shows the 0-100 pack. As a starting point you can ask the students with the 0, 50 and 100 cards to put their numbers on the number line first. This will make it easier for the other students and then can lead into discussions about 'what half of a number is?'.
Sorry for the crammed number line - needed to squish for the photo. Thanks to my partner too who is hiding behind the corner holding this up. You could call students out one or two at a time to put their number on the line. They could work individually or with a partner. If a student puts the number in the incorrect place you or the other students could guide them to where the number should go.
It's very important for students to understand number placement and this activity can be used as a great class lesson. I've made four packs in the winter clothes set 0-20, 0-50, 0-100 and 0-1000.
Keep reading to see how you can grab a pack for yourself!
To celebrate I'm going to be giving 3 lucky people the chance to win all 4 number line sets. To enter click on the Rafflecopter and enter your details. If you can't wait, click on the picture for each pack and it will take you to my TpT shop. They are all HALF PRICE for the next 24 hours. With school not so far away, these are a steal and a lot of fun.
Make a Number Line - Numbers to 20 - Winter Clothes Set
Make a Number Line - Numbers to 50 - Winter Clothes Set
Make a Number Line - Numbers to 100 - Winter Clothes Set
Make a Number Line - Numbers to 1000 - Winter Clothes Set