A number line teaches the concept that numbers occur in a fixed pattern, not randomly. This means that the order of numbers never change. A six always follows a five, ten always goes after nine, and so on. Children with great number sense know the order of numbers. Comparing, ordering or putting numbers in sequence are all important basic Math skills which will help your child develop Number Sense and build a solid Math foundation.
Students love to do puzzles and color. No matter what time of day it is or what part of the school year it is, they are always so excited when they get the opportunity to do a puzzle or color. Do you have students like this?
These activities combine both a puzzle and coloring while they also have students learn/practice/master different math and literacy skills. The suspense of what the picture will turn out to be makes this activity so engaging.
In this particular bundle students should color in all the cells in the grid that have correct order relationships, or correct number comparisons, and leave the other cells empty. If they do it correctly they'll end up with a clear picture of something fun. For this type of mystery picture they'll only need one coloring pencil, that way they'll be able to concentrate on the task at hand better, without having to switch colors all the time. The bundle includes 20 unique pictures. Each picture comes with a full answer page.
Students can check their work by spotting something off with their picture or by checking the answer sheets when they feel they are done with their work.