Number Lines & Number Tracks | Free Early Learning Resources for Teachers

A collection of number- lines and number tracks relating to a variety of popular early years teaching themes. Please note, we have an extensive range of maths planning documents which you may find useful.

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Animal Display Numbers

A set of beautifully designed animal display numbers with each number accompanied by a corresponding number of animals.

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Animal Numberline

A series of 20 animal number cards designed to be displayed together as one long numberline.

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Animal Themed Numbers (1-10)

Decorative animal themed number line featuring numbers 1-10.

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Autumn Numberline (editable)

Autumn themed number line featuring numbers 1 -10.

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Beach Themed Number Track

A beach themed number track featuring a number of seaside images.

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Buildings Number Line – even #s

Number line depicting a residential street with house numbers 2-20.

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Buildings Numberline

A series of 10 number cards designed to be displayed together as one long numberline.

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Buildings Numberline – Odd #s

Number line depicting a residential street with house numbers 1-19.

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Castle Themed Number Track

Castle themed number track. Each number from 1-10 is represented by a corresponding number of knights.

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Christmas Number Track (editable)

Christmas themed number track featuring numbers 1 -10.

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Construction Themed Number Line

Number line with each number from 1-10 represented by a corresponding number of construction themed objects.

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Counting in 2s (Socks)

Decorative number line designed to help pupils count in twos by illustrating the gap between the numbers using pairs of socks.

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