Glue actual small objects instead of taking pictures (to replace picture number line that did not work) use recycled objects and nature objects. Give children tray of objects to choose from. (Nature Numbers Made by Children | Everyday Smilestones

Nature numbers made by children in a Reggio inspired classroom

seek out natural materials containing various numbers to practice drawing the number and writing it out... lots of good stuff involved in this exercise!

### Number pebbles for counting and addition maths activities

Counting, ordering and addition games with natural number pebbles

### Printable Number Puzzles {1-10}

These free printable number puzzles for 1-10 can help kids see how numbers can be represented in a variety of ways. Plus, they are naturally self-checking! <3

### The Real Number System Foldable

This is a foldable used to help students understand the real number system. The outside flaps cover the irrational and rational numbers. Inside the foldable there are 3 more flaps containing the integers, whole numbers and natural numbers. Students write down what it means for a number to be either rational or irrational. A bank of numbers is also included for the student to classify after the foldable is put together.This foldable can be put together with one sheet of paper.

This graphic organizer may be used as an informal pre-assessment, class practice, buddy activity, math notebook notes, or individual note taking for the Real Number System. The task includes a number "Sprinkles" bank. Directions: Students will first 'Sprinkle" the numbers on the ice cream scoops in order to classify irrational numbers, rational numbers, whole numbers, integers, and natural numbers.

A Reggio Inspired Classroom -Number line, numbers made with pins and yarn, counters made using natural objects (e.g.,acorns, rocks)

Ring bead counting for math and fine motor.

### Teaching Double Numbers

Teaching Double Numbers - using our free printable mats to help teach young children double numbers, one of the Natural Maths Secret Code, plus two other teaching ideas for the Early Years classroom | you clever monkey

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