These numbers posters are white and bright colored polka dots.
Posters have each numeral in large font and includes these different representations:
teddy bear counters
tens and ones
Perfect for primary classrooms!
What Teachers Are Saying:
“great!” – Irina
“Love it” – Hillary
“Great resource” – The Bright Educator
“I absolutely love how colorful these posters are! I use them in independent centers in the beginning of the year, then we post them up once we have studied that number for the week!” – Michelle
“Students love referencing these posters for each number!” – Makenzie
“I love the bright colors and the multiple examples of how to represent the numbers” – Allyse
4 hours ago
This is great! Did you take anything like this?
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8 hours ago
Then there will be the ones that tell the age of their mom, grandma, sister and dog.Yep!!! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Creating and using re-telling bracelets in my classroom was an A+ game changer! 😊Not only do my students get to practice retelling in a hands-on way, but it really helps them to remember all the parts for for retelling a story! What do you use for retelling? #kindergartenchaos #iteachk #kindergarte #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago
These are so cute! This would be a fun take home gift!DIY CHRISTMAS PLANTERS 🎅🏻 These would make cute handmade gifts!
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