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Christmas Number Track (editable)

Christmas Number Track

About This Primary Resource

Christmas themed number track featuring numbers 1 -10, designed by freelance graphic designer Amardip Bhopari. Each number is represented by a corresponding number of Christmas illustrations. It is set out in Microsoft Word enabling you to edit the text and translate in to different languages or to delete the text entirely and use your own handwriting (remember, it is important that children see examples of handwriting as well as typed text). To make this resource more interesting and interactive why not cut and laminate each box individually and then display on a Velcro board. Children can then match the pictures to the correct numbers.

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  1. Adele

    Fantastic resource! Is it possible to download the illustrations too?

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