Purchase individual Display Cases for $.75 or a packet of ten for $7.00.
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One sheet of 8.5” x 11” paper makes one Display Case.View the product assembly video on this page. Print Display Cases on index- or cover stock-weight paper in color or black/white.
Scroll down for Things to Do and ways to Store Display Cases.
Things to Do:
- Collect and sort small physical objects that represent the quantity (how many) of each number. In the “1” Display Case place one block, one ball, one chip clip; in the “2” Display Case place two spoons, two toy cars.
- Collect and sort photographs of objects that represent the quantity of each number. Example:photograph of two apples or four cookies. (See related products.)
- Collect and sort flashcards that feature the number written as a cardinal number, an ordinal name, a tally, and/or a written word. (See related products.)
- “Read” the number words used as wallpaper on the Display Case. Have students point to examples of the number word written in all upper-case letters, written in all lower-case letters, written with a capital letter at the beginning of the word. Point to the shape word written in blue letters. Spell the word while touching the letters.
- Place the Display Cases end-to-end to form a sequential train of numbers 1-10. Discuss numbers that come before or after a given number. Compare the Display Case number train to a 1-10 number line.
- Select and group items from within a single Display Case and use oral sentences to describe the combination. Example: I have one block and one ball.I count one, two things in all. Example: I have two spoons and two cars.I count one, two, three, four things.
- Select and group items from different number Display Cases. How many do you have when you combine 1 ball and 2 pencils?
Store Display Cases
Instead of assembling with glue, use paper clips to secure the sides of the display so it can be folded flat and stored in the following ways:
- Glue into LOCOmotion Classroom Notebooks or Station Books.
- Place in large pockets in LOCOmotion Classroom Notebooks or Station Books.
- Place in labeled plastic bags or expandable file folders.
- Store inside a Box Book in your LOCOmotion Box Library (made from cereal boxes).