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London Number Line 0-20

A lovely London number line 0-20 to support counting. We love London and have made some resources featuring it iconic landmarks. This number track or number line features Big Ben & Red Telephone Boxes.There are 3 number lines with different coloured backgrounds. It really helps children with dyslexia or Meares-Irlen syndrome (visual stress) to not have black writing onto a white background. The number lines can be printed full size or print in multiples to reduce the size when printing.

Children could use these number lines during mental oral sessions or supporting their independent number learning. Check out the other  for more rocket resources. We also have a lot of different number lines and number tracks 0-10, 0-20, 0-30 and beyond…

A lovely free teaching resource for an Early Years (EYFS), KS1, KS2, Primary and Secondary classroom. This resource can be used to support both children and teachers. Have a look at our other free teaching resources.

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