Teaching Resource

1 to 20 Clothesline Number Cards

PDF, Word | 10 pages|Grade: F

A set of clothes themed number cards to use in the classroom when creating a 1 to 20 number line.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom during numeracy lessons or as a group task when learning how to identify and sequence numbers from 1 to 20.

Print, cut and laminate each number card.

With pegs, ask the students to attach the numbers to a piece of string in sequential order, creating a clothesline of numbers.

For a challenge, have some of the numbers already attached and ask the students to identify which numbers are missing from the clothesline.

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    David Brew

    Is there any possibility of the Clothesline Number Cards being available as an editable page so that my 2/3s could use them to create number sequences e.g. counting by 2s, 3s, 5s etc.?

    David Brew · Jul 28th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    Hi David, thank you for the great suggestion! You can now download an editable Word version of this resource using the drop-down option next to the ‘Download’ tab. I hope you enjoying creating your number sequences!

    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Jul 30th, 2018

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    • Editable word version for customisation.

      Addition by Kristian Jul 29th, 2018

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