Here's a third number of the day form.
Here's another nice number of the day form.
Here's a nice form for working on number of the day activities.
Here's a number of the day page with four different versions to choose from.
Here's a page for writing a number in standard form, with pictures, and in expanded notation. Students are also required to decide where the number fits on a number line and justify its placement.
Here's a number sense workout page for use with number of the day activities.
Here's a set of 5 different number of the day pages.
Here's a SMARTboard activity where you choose a number of the week and the students use that number to complete 12 essential skills. You can use the number of days in school or the date of a student's birthday or holiday. Students can also compete the Math Mania form that is attached.
Here's a page focused on the number of the day.
Here's a nicely organized number of the day board.
Here's a nice form for working on number of the day.
Consider using this as a number of the week board. Students can complete the work in their math journals.
Here's a great model for a number of the day board.
Here's a daily number study page useful for upper elementary grades.
Here's a terrific form for working on number of the day or week.
Here's a set of daily number study pages. Math skills on the worksheets include multiplying and dividing by powers of ten, mental math, two-digit multiplication, word names, percent of a number, factoring, Roman numerals, and more! These pages are definitely for more advanced work.
Here's a math number of the day form for use during the second half of the school year.
Here's a math number of the day form for use during the first half of the school year.
Here's a Frayer Model template for use with number of the day activities. Students must write the number in word form, expanded notation, using base ten blocks, and with a place value table.
Here's a great idea for a number of the day board.
Here's a great idea for a number of the day chart. Download included!
Here's a number of the day form that includes a place value box: ones, tens, hundreds, solve it box: find 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less, tally box- mark the tallies for that number, and make change box : draw or post the coins to make that number in money form.
Here's a Number of the Day page where students write a number in expanded form, standard form, word form, draw it with base 10 blocks, represent with coins, and practice finding numbers more and less in the tens, hundreds and thousands digits place.