Roman Numerals: My secret weapon for teaching Roman numerals...toothpicks! I give each student about 10 toothpicks. (I have them already in baggies, and have been using the same set for years.) Then, they practice making the numbers that I call out. I model the numbers on the overhead projector using kabob type sticks. I let them come up and make the numbers on the overhead with my "big toothpicks" as well. Fun way to teach Roman numerals!
Learn how to read and write Roman numerals. Explanatory pages, fun facts, word problems, quiz sheet, teacher's answer sheet. Fun original illustrations. Students learn how to represent numbers in a different way. Practical knowledge, and helps improve logic and creativity.
This hands-on free resource is designed to help you teach the concepts of more and less to young or struggling learners using concrete materials. This is a partner activity that is perfect for preschoolers or kindergarteners. Check out the other resources for teaching more and less in this post.