step up on using this upcoming this year.
and into my math activities.
I want to use it to build on number sense,
and then stretch it into addition and subtraction.
Using a baggie with the gliding tab, write on a number line.
The gliding tab that closes the baggies is what the students use to move up and down the number line.
Then you could use them for multiple purposes.
This one takes a little more assembly,
but I know I have lots of pipe cleaners and beads around to make these number lines with.
used naturally at calendar and during math!
This is something I MUST DO.
My friend Marsha has a GREAT idea to get kids involved in number lines…
because they actually move along these lines.
I think this would be an awesome way to introduce number lines whole group.
I am also I visioning colorful chalk number lines outside
and using the tile floor in the hallways to make these number lines come a line?
and getting in trouble!?!}
What I love about this idea is the size!
You can use numbers higher than 10
AND you can use this to measure things.
The bead can mark the length for you!
Additionally… pretty easy storage and I bet they are durable.