Counting In Tenths Number Line


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Counting In Tenths Number Line - count, counting aid, numeracy
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  • May 11th

    i love your fractions number line sheet and its a cool website

  • Mar 21st

    Отлично! Спасибо.

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  • Mar 12th

    sweet as a nut this baby. Reallllly helped some of my less able to visualise the fractions. Thanks MOMMA TWINKL

  • Feb 1st

    It helped out the students have a better understanding of fractions!!

  • Oct 18th

    Decimal and fractions - tenths/ dividing whole 1 into 10. Very useful and nice visual.Thank you.

  • May 10th

    As an aid for the children to count up and back.

  • Dec 12th

    to teach decimals to my pupils

Counting In Tenths Number Line

Counting In Tenths Number Line - Fantastic as a general numeracy aid, this resource is an absolute must for so many maths activities. Great for help with addition, subtraction, counting on, counting back and general number recognition and reinforcement. Try alternating this with our number strips or number tracks to see which one your children prefer.
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Keystage 2 » Year 3 » Number_Fractions » Count up and down in tenths; recognise that tenths arise from dividing an object into 10 equal parts and in dividing one-digit numbers or quantities by 10
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