Here's a fun game for students to practice moving forward and backward on the number line.
Here's a nice post describing clothesline math activities.
Here's a helpful set of vertical number lines.
Here's a terrific post with a range of ideas on using a number line.
Here's a series of pages on using number lines.
Here's a set of open number lines for use in solving problems.
Here's a set of blank number line templates.
Here's a set of pages where students place numbers in the appropriate space on the number line.
Here's a game for students to practice moving forward and backward on a number line.
Here's a terrific anchor chart on number lines.
Play Battleship on a number line by locating points correctly. Includes versions for whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.
Here's a number line generator that allows you to select the interval, annotation interval, number of tick marks, and start number, as well as the number of number lines per page.
Here's a great post on using a shoestring (literally) to help students understand number lines.
Here's a set of three different dinosaur themed number lines to 20.
Here's a footprint themed number line with numbers from 0-30.
Fabulous idea for using a ziploc slider bag for working with number lines.
Here's a set of posters designed to be displayed as a number line in the classroom. Includes the numbers 1-30 which appear in two rows.
Here's a record (remember these?) number line from 1-100.
Here's a set of posters from 1-30 designed to be displayed as a classroom number line. Includes the numeral, number word, and ten frame representation.
Here's a series of individual student number lines with sets from 0-10 and 0-20.
Here's a set of number lines to 10 and 20, alphabet strips (lowercase and uppercase), and a picture strip to teach students how to use a number line/alphabet strip and identify ordinal numbers.
Here is a series of 20 vehicle-themed number cards designed to be displayed as one long numberline. The 2 digit numbers are positioned beneath their corresponding 1 digit number so that the idea of 10 more is easier to understand.