Number Places

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to record the position of different two digit numbers on different sized scales that extend from zero to one hundred. The class can explain why they have positioned each of the numbers in different places along a number line from different starting and ending numbers.

Download this teaching pack including classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to record the position of different two digit numbers on different sized scales that extend from zero to one hundred

Learning Objectives

Identify, represent and estimate numbers using the number line. Compare and order numbers from zero up to one hundred.

Learning Outcomes

I can show two digit numbers into the correct position of a number line. I can compare the value of two digit numbers.

Number Cards

Activity cards to help the children select and record the position of a range of two digit numbers on different sized number scales

Number Lines

Template to help the children record the position of a range of two digit numbers on different sized number scales

Number Places

Interactive activity to help the children record the position of different two digit numbers on different sized scales that extend from zero to one hundred

Download this teaching pack including classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to record the position of different two digit numbers on different sized scales that extend from zero to one hundred

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