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1000-Grid Banner Set

Item: 161466

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Item #:  161466
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Display Numbers To 1,000 Quickly And Easily With This 2-Banner Set

You don't need to spend hours creating a 1,000 grid for your classroom. We have one for you! It has a write-on/wipe-off surface, and the fives and tens columns are highlighted in their own special colors. Hang one banner over the other to display all the numbers from 1 to 1,000 for easy reference. Or introduce 1 to 500 first, and bring out the second banner when students are ready. An Activity Guide with handy reproducibles is printed on the back of the banners.

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Standards Spotlight:
Count within 1000, skip-count by 5s, 10s, and 100s.
Grade Level:
Grades: 1-3
  • 2 banners, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 12" by 39" each

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5 Stars

Great posters

I actually ended up cutting the banner apart by 100s so I could pin them from 1 to 1,000 left to right above our math wall whiteboard. This way, kids could see the numbers build, we could find patterns in the numbers, and we could use them to build number sense and during our daily number talks. 2nd grade
By 2nd grade teacher from , IL
5 Stars

Helps demonstrate number patterns for 3-digit numbers!

This product has been very helpful for helping children see the patterns in numbers from 1-1000. They are familiar with using a hundred chart, so this just extends their understanding into larger numbers. We used it when working on skip counting forward and backward off the decade when using 3-digit numbers. It provided that "aha" moment to several children. Hurray!
By 2nd grade teacher from , IL