# Wanted!

Earlier in the year, my first-grade teachers wanted an assessment that would allow the kiddos to show all they had learned about the numbers to 100 they had been working on. ย We brainstormed all the different ways that numbers could be represented, and we came up with this poster. ย A couple of notes:

• While this file is 8 1/2 x 11, we printed them on 11 x 17 paper. ย It gave the kids more room for their work and looked better when we put them up. ย Look for the Ledger setting in your print properties and stretch it to fit.
• The children self-selected their numbers. ย This provided built-in differentiation.
• We put a little paper flap over the My Number Is… in the center of the poster when we displayed them, making the display interactive.

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1. Donna Boucher says:

Thanks, Cindy! I just added it.

Donna

1. Sue says:

great idea. Thanks for sharing i!

2. PERFECT!!!! Thanks for sharing this!!! The kids are practicing this skill right now!!!
Amy Burton

3. LOVE it! Thanks for sharing! ๐

Angie
Rulin’ the Roost

4. susanlulu says:

I like this! I can use it with my 2nd graders. Thanks.

5. Amy says:

Thank you for posting this on Classroom Freebies, Too. It will be perfect for my mystery/detective themed classroom this fall. ๐

6. Anonymous says:

Thank you! I will use this next year!

7. S. Cochran says:

Thank you …..it will go great with my western theme! ๐

1. Donna Boucher says:

Well, that’s really neat that it matches your theme!

8. Su Anna says:

Another great idea… thanks ๐

1. Donna Boucher says:

My pleasure, Su Anna!

9. Anonymous says:

Your Ideas are inspiring. I have just added the number of the day to my classroom and love this twist on it! Thanks

1. Donna Boucher says:

Thanks! A number of the day routine is so important. ๐

10. KoryGraham says:

This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing!

1. Donna Boucher says:

You’re welcome, Kory! ๐

11. Pam Bates says:

Thank you, thank you for everything you share with us! I love Math Coach’s Corner!!!

12. Molly F. says:

Thank you so much. I always have extra days after all my students have been “superstar” of the week. So this will be a great idea for each student to fill this out and share his/her mystery number! Love it! ๐

13. teacher3momof2 says:

Can you tweet it for 2nd? I would love it

1. Donna Boucher says:

I’ll put it on my to-do list, but I can’t guarantee it any time soon. Also, our 2nd graders go up to 1,000. That might be pretty hard to do in this same way.