# EDITABLE Number of the Day Sheet

Working onÂ a number of the day gives kids practice with place value, expanded notation, odd and even numbers… so many math skills in one simple activity. They are such an easy way to differentiate for a variety of learners during morning work or math rotations. Just hit “print” and you’re ready to go!

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I’m a bit of a font geek so I made the number of the day sheets editable in case you wanted to make the number written in the box at the top of the page match the rest of the paper.

This first round, I wanted Big Brother (age 6.5) to work on a number that had three digits so I typed in 124 and hit print.

Note: There are two versions of the sheet – one has labels written above the expanded notation boxes so that kids know to write the hundreds, tens and ones; and a second option does not include those labels so you can use it with studentsÂ who are ready for a little challenge.

I grabbed our crayons and a pencil and invited Big Brother to join me.

## Working Through the Number of the Day

The number of the day page was super self explanatory. Big Brother worked his way through the page – separating out the hundreds, tens and ones digits; coloring the base ten blocks; marking whether the number was odd or even…

I loved that he was practicing so many math skills on one sheet.

And the best part was that I could simply type in a new number at the top of the page and the activity would be brand new again!

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1. This is so incredibly BRILLIANT, Malia! Love it. Sharing everywhere I can. ðŸ™‚

It looks amazing

3. I am trying to print the editable number of the day and place value games and I am not able to do so can you email them to me?

4. Thanks

5. Awesome! Thank you. I think I’ll just print one with a blank # spot. Stick it in a page protector and use dry erase crayons to write a number and for his work. Then we can do it daily with less paper wasted and less work than me printing up a bunch of different numbers.

6. I love this but it keeps opening as a pdf. Could you email me the editable version so I can edit please. Thank you so much. I love it

• Hi Melissa,

I am sorry for the troubles and am happy to help. All of our freebies open as a PDF but no worries it still is editable. Just make sure that you have the most current version of Adobe Reader. Itâ€™s available here:

4) You may be prompted to choose Adobe Reader as your PDF reader in the future. To avoid problems in the future, click YES.

Fingers crossed that does the trick!

Kimberleigh

7. thank you so much for this worksheet.. my son loved it.

• Hooray! I am so happy that you found some great resources!
Have a wonderful week!
Warmly,
Kimberleigh

8. I love the number of the day sheet! Do you have it in thousands?

• Hello Jennifer,
Thanks for reaching out- we currently don’t have the Number of the Day in thousands- but that is a great idea!
We will add it to the wish list.
Warmly,

9. I am unable to print these

• Hello Darlene,
I am happy to help and have emailed you.
Warmly,

10. hello, I love this worksheet! Do you have also similar till 1000? or advice how to create one like this?