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The different number lines below will help your child develop number sense. They will also assist your child with early addition and subtraction problems. If you do not see the number line you need then please contact us and let us know as we might be able to add it. Many of the number lines below were special requests.

- From 0 to 200 marks at 1s annotations at the 10s
- Number Lines 0 to 50 and 50 to 100 (marks at 1s and numbers at 10s)
- Number Lines 0 to 20 and 0 to 100 (In portrait format)
- Number Line ( 0 to 100 ) - numbers at 1s - split into two lines
- Number Line ( 0 to 100 ) - marks at 1s, numbers at 5s
- Number Line ( 0 to 20 ) - Different font (shows "real" 4 and 9)
- Number Line ( 0 to 100) - Showing just 0, 10, 20, 30, etc.

- Number Line ( 0 to 100) - Showing just 5, 15, 25, 35, etc.
- Number Line from 0 - 150 (3 lines on page)
- Number Line ( 0 to 100 ) - numbers at 1s - split into five lines
- Number Line ( 0 to 10)
- Number Line ( 0 to 20)
- Number Line ( 0 to 50)
- Number Line ( 0 to 100 - by 5s)

Have a look at the newly added number line generator. You can set a variety of parameters to generate the type of line you want. It can even handle decimals and negative numbers. Please let us know what you think of it as it will be further developed based on feedback.

- Skip Counting - By 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6 (small marks at 1s, large marks at intervals and no numbers)
- Skip Counting - By 7, 8, 9, 11, & 12 (small marks at 1s, large marks at intervals and no numbers)
- Number Line 0 to 100 with symbols (symbols at the 1s, 5s, and 10s)
- Even /Odd Numbers only from 0 to 20 (2 variations on 1 page)
- Number Line - Counting by 2s (0 to 50 with numbers at twos)
- Number Line from 0 - 100 (Counting by 2s)

- Integer Line -25 to 25 (4-pages with multiple formats)
- Integer Line -50 to 50 (marked at the 1s and split into 2 lines)
- Integer Line -100 to 100 (marked at the 1s and split into 8 lines)
- Integer Line -50 to 50 (marked at the 2s)
- Number Line ( -10 to 10) - California style!
- Integer Line: -20 to 20 (small marks at 1s, numbers at the 10s)
- Number Line ( -100 to 100 ) - numbers at 5s - divided into two lines
- Number Line ( -10 to 10 ) - 10 lines per page
- Integer Line ( -15 to 15) -Get the 5 per page sheet here
- Integer Line ( -25 to 25) -Get the 5 per page sheet here

- 0 to 20 (vertical)
- 0 to 50 (vertical)
- -10 to 10 (vertical integer line)
- -25 to 25 (vertical integer line)

- Decimal Line ( 0 to 1 ) - marked at hundredths
- Decimal Line ( 0 to 10 ) - marked at tenths
- Number Line ( 0 to 2) - with hundredths intervals

The "blank" number lines do not have any numbers marked so that you can add your own numbers to meet whatever requirements you have.

There are both "one-per-page" and "five-per-page" sheets available.

- Blank: 10 Intervals & 'Hops' - for practice with times tables and other patterns
- Blank: Marks at start, mid-point, and end only
- Blank: Ten Intervals (10 per page Portrait Format)
- Marks at 1s, 10s & 100s (could also be 1/10s, 1/100s, 1/100s - eyesight/ printer challenge!)
- Blank - Marked in 1s - with large spacing (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked in 1s (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Halves (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Thirds (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Fourths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Fifths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Sixths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Sevenths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Eighths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Ninths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Tenths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Hundredths (Get the 5 per page sheet here)
- Blank - Marked at the Elevenths (5 per page)
- Blank - Marked at the Twelfths (5 per page)
- Blank (with extra thick line) - includes 1 & 4-per-page options

- Number Line ( -20 to 100 ) - Good for temperatures (6/ page)
- Clock face with linear minutes and hour lines (3 pages)
- Time Line ( 12 to 12 ) - 24 hours starting at 12 midnight
- Converting Between Ounces and Grams (0g - 1000g plus blank scaled lines)
- Line from 1950 - 2030 (2 lines on page - usable as a time line showing years)
- Minutes - Marked at 5 minute intervals (Get the 5 per page sheet here)

- Money Line: $0.00 to $5.00: (annotated at 5 cent intervals)

- Multi-page Line: 0 to 100 (13 pages)
- Multi-page Line: -25 to 25 (26 pages - empty your paper tray and wall mount!)
- Multi-page Line: -25 to 25 (only 13 pages for wall mounting in the classroom)
- Multi-page Line: -50 to 50 (26 pages for wall mounting in the classroom)
- Multi-page Line: -20 to 100 (31 pages for wall mounting in the classroom)
- Line from -20 to 110 (7 sections on 4 pages for wall mounting)

- Number Line from 1000 to 6000 (five lines on page)
- Number Line from 6000 to 10000 (four lines on page)
- Numbers over 100 (five lines on page: 100 to 600)
- Numbers over 100 (four lines on page: 600 to 1000)
- Number Line from 1 - 500 (Single page split into ten lines)
- Number Line from 501 - 1000 (Single page split into ten lines)
- Number Line (0 to 1000) - marks at 10s, numbers at 100s

- Hexadecimal Number Line - from 0 to FF (255)
- Street Plan (House Numbers) : (odd/ even house numbers): Blank for use as worksheet

- Fractions Number Line
- Fractions Number Line (Negative Values 0 to -1) - By Special Request
- Number Line in Thirds ( 0 to 3) - By Special Request

You will find more fraction lines/bars here.

Click the links above for the number line you need and then use the *Print
Number Line* option on each document to print as many copies
as required.

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Adopt an attitude that if your children are struggling with algebra, or geometry, or whatever you are tutoring them on, then it is your teaching as opposed to their learning that is at fault.