Roman Numerals

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Who was Louis XIV? When did Super Bowl LI take place? What does chapter IV mean? These strange symbols are called Roman Numerals.

Roman culture has disappeared a long time ago but their numbers still appear in our everyday life. Indeed, you find them on building cornerstones, in sporting events, kings and popes’ names, book chapters or film sequels. Therefore, homeschooling parents and primary school educators who teach grade 4 and 5 will find this free Roman Numerals reference sheet particularly useful to help their pupils and kids understand this math skill.

Roman Numerals

This pdf document includes everything you need to know about Roman numbers from 1 to thousands, including a useful example to read a large number. So download this free ready-to-use Roman Numerals chart now!

Includes 2 design options (2 pages) for printing: color and black and white (ink-saver alternative with minimum background).

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The ‘Roman Numerals’ poster features:

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  • Orientation: Portrait
  • Paper size: Letter
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