On the Fence Number Line -20 to 120 Learning Set

Learning Set

SKU T19024


Grow math skills with birds on a fence! Introduce, practice, and reinforce numbers with this engaging On the Fence Number Line -20 to 120. Introduce ten numbers at a time, display as a full line, or stack as a number chart. Use the birdhouses to demonstrate the concept of odd and even numbers. Colorful birds help with hands-on activities such as skip counting. There are endless ways to display the number strips to support lessons and make learning FUN.

Fresh colors make this set perfect for decorating classrooms as well as home spaces like playrooms and kids’ bedrooms. The 14 strips of ten numbers, zero piece, 12 birdhouses (odds and evens), and seven birds are perfect for creative displays, quick reference, and hands-on activities.


  • BIG LEARNING ... ANYWHERE – Number line strips are easy to arrange in a variety of ways to fit spaces big & small and match learning goals. Add strips as skills grow! Make an eye-catching, 25-foot number line or stack as a number chart. Attachable birds and birdhouses are great for hands-on practice.

  • MANY BRAINY BENEFITS – Reinforce numbers and counting with a nature-inspired number line featuring positive & negative numbers and counting dots. Count by 5s and 10s using unique dot colors. Clip-on birds and birdhouses help reinforce different counting concepts such as odd/even numbers and skip counting.

  • HANDS-ON LEARNING FUN – Pieces are sturdy and sized right for handheld activities for class-wide, small group, and individualized learning. This Learning Set is full of hands-on opportunities – use the ideas in the tab below to get you started.

  • EASY STORAGE – Limited wall space? Focus on a chunk at a time and store the extras easily! The package reseals to keep your set organized and ready anytime – no need for specialized storage.

  • SET INCLUDES – 34 pieces: 14 strips of ten numbers, zero piece, 12 birdhouses (odds and evens), and seven birds.

  • MADE IN USA – All TREND Learning Sets are quality-tested to meet product safety standards and are all proudly made in the USA.

    • Nature-inspired illustrations
    • Durable, reusable paper
    • Package reseals for easy storage
    • 34 pieces
    • Complete line is 25.9 feet long
    • Coordinates with Good to Grow Collection
    • Made in USA
Learning FUN Ideas

Enjoy these activity ideas for lots of FUN learning:

Greater Than or Less Than: Give number pairs for students to find on the number line. Ask them to say or write greater than (>) or less than (<). Use these examples to model this helpful way of thinking:

  • +5 and +9: +5 is to the left of +9, so +5 < +9
  • 0 and +5: 0 is to the left of +5, so +5 > 0
  • -6 and -2: -6 is to the left of -2, so -6 < -2
  • -4 and -6: -6 is to the left of -4, so -4 > -6

Order Up: Ask students to order several integers, such as -8, +4, -5, +1, from least to greatest, locating the integers on the number line to help them. For fun with movement, hand students numbers written on cards and have them line up in order from lowest to highest.

Pattern Play: Display the 1-10 strip and put the 11-20 strip under it. Explain to your students that you are searching for patterns in the numbers. Tell them that you see repeating numerals in the numbers and ask for help identifying these patterns. (Patterns include repeating the ones numeral in every column, repeating the tens numeral in each row, and repeating the 1-9 pattern in each row. Now ask learners to predict the next number after 20, after 21, after 22, and so on up to 30. Write down the responses. Ask how they knew the numbers that would come next. Do they see the same patterns repeating? Put up the next strip to see if their predictions match.

Number Hunt: Assign or have students choose a number from the number line. Invite them to bring in that number of any object (pennies, toy cars, small blocks, etc.) to share with the class. For small group play, give them sets of items for them to count and match to the number line.

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