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Number Line Car Race

Free on Plus | 7 pages (PDF)|Grade: 1

A fun place value game to help students identify numbers on a number line.

Use this teaching resource in the classroom when identifying numbers on a number line.

Print, cut and laminate a set of racing cars then print, cut and glue together the 0-100 racing track number line. Attach the racing cars to wooden pegs.

Place students into small groups and provide each group with a number line, set of racing cars and a dice to play the Number Line Car Race.

All students start the game with their cars on 0. Students take turns rolling the dice. When it is their turn, the player moves their car along the number line the corresponding number of spaces. The first to reach the end of the number line is the winner!

Alternatively, make a class set for students to use as a rotating Numeracy task when learning about Place Value.

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