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  • Little Kids

    Use a retractable clothesline or string for ordering numbers, number line, number words or even sentences, planet order, ordinal place.....endless options

  • Ms. Stover's 5th grade class

    Practicing pace value and decimals (Math Expressions; Unit 3) Or. interactive number line- Use a retractable clothesline (we got them at Home Depot) for a classroom number line that you can use in an instant and then put away just as fast. We also used it to create sentences, spelling, alphabetical order, etc. the possibilities are endless!!! We've used string in my classroom before but I love how accessible this is.

  • Amy Smits Harmann

    Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Retractable Number Line and...

  • Kelly Nicole

    Retractable clothes line- Use for a classroom number line that you can use in an instant and then put away just as fast.

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