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Number Track 1-100

Number Track 1-100

SKU: 7075

Regular price $92.00 USD
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Wooden track with interlocking pieces broken into decades (0-10,10-20, etc.) up to 100. Used to teach place value, addition/subtraction, and multiplication/division within 100.

Grade Level: 1, 2, 3, and 4

Concepts Explored

Numbers 1-100, Addition/Subtraction, Regrouping, and Multiplication/Division


Our products are made of heirloom quality wood and can be passed from generation to generation. Products are finished with either a clear protective coating or paint. Each coating has been stringently tested for safety and exceeds US safety standards.

Shipping & Returns

Our current lead time is 2 weeks.

However, we are still affected by the Covid-19 supply chain issues.

You have 30 days to return any new, unopened items. Customers credited for products, but are responsible for return shipping and handling.

choking hazard

contains small parts. not for children under 3 years

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Associated Materials

    Teaching with the Number Track and Blocks

    The Number Track is a concrete representation of the number line, giving children an understanding of the magnitude of “big” numbers. Children build numbers and play games on the number track, developing mental images of those numbers as they develop fluency in all operations.

    The number track is used to demonstrate:

    • The place and magnitude of numbers on a number line from 0 to 100
    • The decades and the base-ten number system
    • Addition and subtraction
    • Multiplication and division

    The 10-Table

    The children discover the multiples of the 10-table by placing the 10-blocks in the number track, one after the other. They learn the meaning behind each multiplication fact as they state it in this game. This game is called "Stop and Go."


    Introducing the Containing Aspect of Division: An Example

    Children learn how to record and solve division examples. To discover how many times 5 goes into 15, children put 5-blocks into the number track until they reach 15. The teacher shows them where to write the answer 3 in this division algorithm.