Do your number charts need a facelift? Mine did and so I created these light, bright and fun Number Posters from 1 to 20 in colorful polka dots. Easy to see across the room, these number posters can be used as anchor charts, number lines, flash cards, or on a bulletin board.
How much time do you spend in the classroom? For me some days, it can be up to 8 or 9 hours. Why not make the room uplifting? If you are like me, you like to be surrounded by happy things. I use light, bright and fun things to brighten my mood. And so, I designed these posters with that kind of vibe in mind.
First up in the packet are 8.5 x 11 inches individual number posters. My kiddos like how they can be read across the room.
Each poster includes the numeral, number word, ten frame, tally marks, dice and coin equivalents. A great way to teach subitizing especially when you print out the 3 by 5 flash cards to use in math centers or work stations!
In addition, if you don’t have room to display the full size posters in your room, the 3 by 5 cards can fit almost anywhere!
What about a number line? I like to display a number line in my room especially when I begin to teach addition and subtraction.
Or I use the desk size number lines in math centers or work stations to practice addition and subtraction.
Also included are these number line desk plates, from 0 to 10 or 0 to 20.
Finally, this set includes cards to set up a Number Sense Station to highlight the Number of the Week.
If you would like to download this set of Number Posters 1 to 30, click HERE.