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Easy - fill in end of number line
Medium - fill in front of number line
Difficult - fill across the number line
Very difficult - given two numbers, fill in rest of number line
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Easy - fill in the numbers at the end of the number line:
An easy number line
These simple number lines focus on counting in steps of 2, 3, 4 etc. They support the student by supplying the first few numbers, so the pattern is simple to work out and then continue.
Steps of 1
Steps of 2
Steps of 3
Steps of 4
Steps of 5
Steps of 6
Steps of 7
Steps of 8
Steps of 9
Steps of 10
Steps of 11
Steps of 12
Steps of 1 and 2
Steps of 2 and 4
Steps of 3 and 6
Steps of 4 and 8
Steps of 5 and 10
Steps of 6 and 12
Steps of 1,2 and 3
Steps of 1 to 5
Steps of 1 to 10
Steps of -1
Steps of -1 and -2
Steps of -1 to -5
Medium - fill in the numbers at the start of the number line:
A medium number line
These number lines focus on counting backwards and identifying links between numbers. They re-enforce both subtraction skills, recall and number bonds.
Difficult - fill in missing numbers from anywhere in the number line:
A difficult number line
These number lines develop the use of number bonds, addition and subtraction skills, and help the student look for patterns between numbers without the support of long “runs” of numbers.
Very difficult - given only two numbers, fill in the rest of the number line:
A very difficult number line
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Design your own number lines worksheet.