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20 Enjoyable Quantity Line Actions

August 31, 2020
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Help kids improve their sense of numbers with these super cute, engaging, and fun activities for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. You will use Lego to create an interactive number line, lay out a number line garden, incorporate gross motor skills into creating an outdoor number line, and make so many more fun number lines to create while practicing math!

Number line activities

It can be a confusing concept or the lightbulb to help kids learn how to count in the correct order when kids add and subtract, or the lightbulb they need to understand addition and subtraction. Number lines are a great number comprehension tool that you can use to prepare your child for more complex calculations, such as positive and negative numbers. This appealing and interactive Number line activities are a great hands-on activity for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten teachers, and 1st grade students to have fun counting up and down.

Number series

Number line activities for kindergarten

Your Lego lovers will enjoy this Lego number line activity and crack a number line secret code with Lego people too!

For the children who need to be active to learn, this number line run, the gross motor flower number line or the nature number scavenger hunt is a hit.

Plant a row of numbers, an easy to set up activity and good for fine motor skills too. So this clothesline is numbers and DIY number line pens use!

Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade math activities

Number Line Games

A number line game with paper bags looks like a super fun activity too.

Use loose pieces to create a number line, or have a toy grasshopper skip the numbers!
Games are a great way to practice some skills, like this dice game or the pumpkin number line game. Or bring the whole family into a fun numbers game for the whole family.

This idea for a slider bag with a row of numbers is almost ingenious! An economical but effective way to use a sliding pocket with counting AND it's reusable too!

creative number line games for kids

Number line activity

Add a couple of craft sticks to a toilet roll to practice counting for the little ones.
This butterfly and flower activity looks like a fun game and has the kids partake in a human number series as hands (or rather bodies) to practice numbers!

This naughty number story is fantastic for explaining where numbers go in a line and which direction they are pointing.

Lastly, here are some free printables you can use while working on number line skills: number line interactive printout, bookmark sliders, bordered number lines, and more number line templates.

Have fun with all of these activities!

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Additional practice

This is a fun math game for kindergarten teachers that will help them become fluent while having fun!

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