teaching resource

# Number Neighborhood - Printable Number Line Sequencing Cards

• Updated:  27 Apr 2023

Print a set of colorful numbered houses to use for skip counting, ordering, and comparing numbers.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Differentiated:  Yes

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teaching resource

# Number Neighborhood - Printable Number Line Sequencing Cards

• Updated:  27 Apr 2023

Print a set of colorful numbered houses to use for skip counting, ordering, and comparing numbers.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Differentiated:  Yes

Print a set of colorful numbered houses to use for skip counting, ordering, and comparing numbers.

## Fun Printable Number Cards for a Variety of Activities

Welcome to the Number Neighborhood! There isn’t a tool in your teacher toolbox that can be more versatile than a standard set of number cards. They can be used in a variety of ways and are a great instructional tool to have on hand when leading guided math groups.

Use this teaching resource in your math class in a variety of ways. It includes three sets of numbered houses to assist you in helping your students count by ones, fives, and tens.

## Ways to Use Your Skip Counting Number Line

• Create a large 0-120 bulletin board display.
• Stick magnetic strips on the back of each flashcard and use them during lessons on a magnetic whiteboard.
• Place in a math center and have student build their own number chart, math equations, or comparison statements.
• Have students build a number line. Then have them flip over different number patterns such as: all even numbers, all odd numbers, all multiples of 10, etc.
• Students can practice making collections to match a set of numbers.
• Create an oversized number line in your classroom using these cards. Place different numbers on the number line each day and flip one number over so that it cannot be seen. Have students determine the missing number! This would be a great whole-class warm-up during your number line unit.

This resource is available in both PDF and Editable Google Slides format. Use the dropdown arrow to select your file preference.

This resource was created by Lorin Davies,  a teacher in Texas and Teach Starter Collaborator.