In some of our Kindergarten classes we have done a lot of exploring with concrete number lines.
A concrete number line just lets students see the actual quantity being indicated – instead of a dash on a line that indicates a certain number of units, they can actually see 10 blocks.
If you check out some of the board games posted for Kindergarten, you’ll see these concrete number lines used in some games.
1 -10 concrete number lines
Two per page, designed to be printed on ledger sized paper. These are much larger numberlines for Kindergarten and early grade one. Counters, such as teddy bear counters, can be placed directly on the squares.