Resources:

Number Line Chart: Provide students with a number line chart that goes up to 10,000. This chart can be displayed in the classroom or given as a handout for individual use.

Number Line Manipulatives: Use physical number line manipulatives, such as number line strips or number line tiles, to help students visualize and practice placing numbers on the number line.

Interactive Online Tools: There are various interactive online tools available that allow students to practice placing numbers on a number line. Some examples include Math Playgroundâ€™s Number Line and Math Learning Centerâ€™s Number Line app.
Questions:

Place the following numbers on the number line: 3,456; 7,892; 2,345; 9,999.

What number comes after 5,678 on the number line?

What number comes before 4,321 on the number line?

True or False: 6,789 is greater than 8,765. Justify your answer by placing both numbers on the number line.

Place the following numbers in order from least to greatest: 2,345; 8,765; 5,432; 9,876.

True or False: 10,000 is the largest number that can be placed on the number line. Explain your answer.

Place the following numbers on the number line: 1,234; 5,678; 9,012; 3,456.

What is the difference between the numbers 4,567 and 3,210 on the number line?

True or False: 2,000 is closer to 1,000 than it is to 3,000. Justify your answer by placing both numbers on the number line.

Place the following numbers in order from greatest to least: 6,543; 9,876; 3,210; 5,678.