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Number and Word Posters (10-100 in tens)

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Number and Word Posters (10-100 in tens) - Number posters, 10-100, Number names, Number words, Numerals, Foundation Numeracy, Number recognition, Number flashcards

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  • Aug 20th

    used for my K- 1 graders. awesome

  • Aug 18th

    Use for my third grade. Reviewed for this grade

  • Aug 18th

    Teaching 3rd grade

  • Aug 15th

    teaching elementary matters

  • Aug 14th

    Great display

  • Jul 14th

    classroom display

  • May 1st

    classroom display

  • Apr 8th

    Enhance maths area

  • Mar 27th

    We are going to laminate the numerals and then introduce them, have them use clay or play-dough to form the numerals, trace it with their finger, etc.

  • Jan 22nd

    Hang in classroom as reference

  • Dec 19th, 2014

    I teach counting by ten to Kids. This is what I need...

  • Sep 9th, 2014

    do you do the same for numbers 0-19? would be useful for knowing how to spell and write all numbers, especially ks1

    • Sep 9th, 2014

      Hi snoopybum, we do not currently have a resource for the numbers 0-19 however, i think it's a really good idea so I have passed it on to one of our designers who will look into making this for you! They will be in ouch in due course. :)

    • Aug 20th

      Hi there snoopybun, thanks for your comment! Sorry for the delay, we hope to have this resource ready soon. :)

  • Sep 6th, 2014

    for teaching number ordering in IB school

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Number and Word Posters (10-100 in tens)

Number and Word Posters (10-100 in tens) - *Updated Version* Set of A4 sized number and word posters, numbers 10-100 (in tens). This resource can be used to hang up in the classroom or as number flashcards. An essential!
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