Roman Numeral Visual Aids

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  • Plan on using them as a random number generator for Roman numeral addition and subtraction. Will be printing them off 4 to a page a few times and laminating them. Is there a no numbers version going higher than 100?

    , Jul 8th
    • Hi ziggybev,
      Oh what a creative way of using this! Thanks for sharing your idea :) I will request that we add numbers to 1000 to the no numbers version - I hope this helps :)

      , Jul 9th
    • Hi there ziggybev,
      We've made this resource for you and have sent it in an email, I hope you find it useful! It will also be available for download within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a new resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , Jul 9th
  • great classroom display

    , Apr 27th
  • Used this for my History display

    , Apr 20th
  • Hi, I love this resource - creates a lovely border around my maths working wall.
    However, I have just been told that the Romans only used numerals up to 3,499. IS this correct? Your lovely resource goes up to 50,000. Hope you can help! Many thanks

    , Apr 11th
    • Hi there, thanks for getting in touch. I will pass this on to our teacher team for confirmation. When we know more then we will be back in touch. If there is anything else that we can help you with then please do get back in touch. Have a lovely day :)

      , Apr 11th
    • Hi there LizTec,
      Roman numerals extend up to 100,000 by placing a line above or below the symbol (signifying that it is multiplied by 1,000) but as these are not commonly used we have created a version just up to 1,000 and emailed it to you. It will also be available on the website soon!

      , Apr 12th
    • Really appreciate your response, thank you very much! :)

      , Apr 16th
  • Maths display in corridor

    , Mar 10th
  • Small group learning and consolidating Roman Numerals.

    , Jan 21st
  • Maths/ PE corners game

    , Jan 5th
  • good

    , Nov 20th
  • display

    , Oct 4th
  • Classroom display

    , Sep 29th
  • display

    , Sep 4th
  • roman topic

    , Aug 30th
  • Will enjoy displaying these

    , Aug 18th
  • Mixed age class Y3-6 should go down a treat!

    , Aug 12th
  • Year 6 display - I haven't 'done' Roman numerals since I was at school!

    , Aug 4th
  • Wall display in my year 4 classroom to aid learning Roman numerals

    , Jul 28th
  • Year 6 Maths display

    , Jul 16th
    • Hi nikibennett123,
      Thanks for sharing - I hope your display looks wonderful! :)

      , Jul 16th
  • Year 5 maths display alongside a normal number line.

    , Jun 30th
    • Hi perryland12,
      Thanks for sharing - I hope your display looks wonderful! :)

      , Jun 30th
  • Classroom display

    , Apr 29th
  • Year 4 display

    , Apr 27th
  • Year 5 Maths display

    , Apr 20th
  • Around the class clock

    , Apr 17th
  • working wall

    , Apr 13th
  • working wall

    , Apr 13th
  • working wall

    , Apr 12th
  • Working wall to help Year 5 learn their Roman numerals!

    , Apr 12th
  • Working wall :)

    , Mar 17th
  • i love this i can know help my kids at home you should all use it

    , Feb 14th
  • Adding these to my working wall for children to use when learning about Roman Numerals.

    , Feb 1st
  • maths curriculum. Use as flash cards, order pupils into line, change pupils names in register to Roman numeral value and they answer with card.

    , Jan 13th
  • classroom display

    , Jan 13th
  • Display in my classroom

    , Jan 10th
  • visual display

    , Jan 9th
  • visual display

    , Jan 7th
  • I am planning on using these in a physical ordering activity for a warm up session with my class, then as a visual display next to my normal number line.

    , Jan 6th
  • I plan to use these along with my number line to push my smarter kids, and expose all the students to the basic numerals for 1-10.
    I think it would be nice if it could be arranged so that 6-8 numerals fit on one page. I realize that this is possible to do when printing (without modifying the files), but still an idea.

    , Oct 23rd
    • Hey there Sumaroo, thanks for commenting on this resource! I've had a look, and forwarded you comment to our resource designers to look into for you :)

      , Oct 23rd
    • HI there sumaroo_22, thanks for your comment! We now have an A4 version of this resource. :)

      , Aug 12th
  • This is also a great resource for the new maths curriculum too.

    , Jul 21st
  • I love these.

    , Dec 20th
  • I have just sent a suggestion in asking for our number to be on the signs alongside the Roman numeral. What you can't see because of the way the pages over lap is that in the bottom right corner of the sheet it does have this. Sorry Twinkl! A great resource!

    , Dec 20th
A set of colourful Roman numbers, suitable for display. Simply print and cut the numbers you need and you are away. An essential!
This resource is available in Standard, A4, Lower Ability and No Numbers.
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Key Stage 2 » Year 4 » Number - Number and Place Value » Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value.
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Key Stage 2 » Year 5 » Number - Number and Place Value » Read Roman numerals to 1000 (M) and recognise years written in Roman numerals.
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    • Twinkl added no numbers to 100000 on Jul 9th
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    • Twinkl added Lower Ability Version on Apr 13th
    • Twinkl added A4 Version on Oct 30th
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