Number Track Plus

Number ordering and recognitionThis is an extension of our earlier 'Number Track' activity designed to help children practice recognising and ordering higher numbers.

Again, the children need a copy of the attached* Number Track board and the 20 to 49 digit cards (also on the downloadable file).

The children then place the digits in the correct cells on the Number Track. They can do this individually or in pairs - working together, or competing with each other. Number gameThis simple activity can be refined further by shuffling the digit cards and dealing them  face-down on the table. Children then  take it in turns to turn a digit over and place it on the track.

The attached file also includes a blank version for further adaptation.

 

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simmo's picture

 This is just what i need for

 This is just what i need for a Y6 SEN pupil. He won't think this is too babyish like some of the materials out there. Many thanks  
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mummybaird's picture

This will be great to use

This will be great to use with my special needs year 3's
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monkey's picture

Thank you for this resource.

Thank you for this resource. I will be adapting this to make a game with question cards for my less able year 3s, where we will be finding 1 more/less and 100 more/less than numbers to 1000. Fab!
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johdu's picture

That's a useful adaptation -

That's a useful adaptation - thank you for your comments.
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nhuws's picture

The blank boards are ideal to

The blank boards are ideal to make games for the children who find it difficult to remember numbers above 100, 200 etc. Thanks.
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EmJa0310's picture

Loving this resource.Like the

Loving this resource.Like the blank board also. Very useful.
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Pjyale44's picture

Just joined the site and I

Just joined the site and I love it already! I am always looking for good quality resources that the children can use to support their learning in class and these certainly seem to fit the bill.
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swolf68's picture

This track will be perfect as

This track will be perfect as an independent activity for my more confident year 1s.Thanks so much. I seem to be spending too much of the summer holiday on your site though you wicked man!
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johdu's picture

I'm glad you are finding the

I'm glad you are finding the ideas and thoughts here useful. Good to hear your comments!
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Sarahlou_86's picture

Another useful teaching idea.

Another useful teaching idea.
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glitterstar101's picture

Thank you for creating such a

Thank you for creating such a engaging resource for maths. I love the adaptability of it. What class these days has students all at the same level? You have made my life that much easier and my students will benefit from it. Differentiation the easy way.
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Tina09's picture

Any chance of an extra blank

Any chance of an extra blank version with 'What's the number pattern?' as a title? Thinking could be great for both an activity or a daily class challenge - a simplified/different take on your 'Number Scramble' activity? Thanks.
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johdu's picture

Tina09 - thanks for the

Tina09 - thanks for the adaptation idea. We are currently working on a large number of variations for many of our published resources, we'll certainly add this to the list.

Cheers.

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gailstp's picture

Just found this wonderful

Just found this wonderful site. Can't wait until I can bring these activities to my class.
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mrsb1968's picture

A great resource for use with

A great resource for use with my Numbers Count children.
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