Print these lovable bunny number cards out - two to a page - and use them for learning and games during Spring, at Easter, or any time a cute number card is required!
Number cards are useful for counting, for matching, for all sorts of games - so it is intention to bring you quite a few! At present we've got these delightful teddy bear number cards but we have more coming soon.
Just a few ideas for using our number cards:
- Print out 4 sets and play snap, pig, or other card games which don't need the royal cards.
- Give the child a card and a pile of buttons or other small objects and ask him or her to count the correct number to match the card
- Make a simple game by asking the child to suggest a physical activity - like "touch my toes" or "jump" - and then turn over the top card from a stack. He or she then does the activity the number of times on the card.
- Some of these cards can be cut out as outlines too. Make them into badges and pin them onto children, ensuring that they know their number. Then, when you clap your hands, ask them to get themselves into a line in the right order and count off, as quickly as they can.
- Hide the cards around the house or garden and send the children off on a treasure hunt. Add up the total on the cards each child collects and hand out a small prize for the person with the biggest number and a consolation prize to everyone else.
- Place the cards in prominent positions around the room. Ask the children to listen very carefully while you clap and then run to the right spot.
These extra-cute bunny number cards are fun for younger children - perhaps at Easter or during Spring? They print 4 to a page and include the digits 0 to 9.
Count the pictures - all caterpillars and butterflies - and match to the right number card. Alternatively, fold the cards in half down the centre and glue back to back to form double-sided flash cards.
Print out this lovely set of cars onto card and cut out the pieces. We've kept the outline nice and simple to make it a relatively easy job. Can the children match up the cars to make 10?
These number illustrations make this set of "digit" cards fun as well as useful! We have the numbers 0 to 9 in this set.
Here is a set of printable digit cards with colourful numbers printing 2 to a page. We've provided alternative numbers too so that you can find your favourite style. Use these cards for counting and matching activities or perhaps as reference on your tables.
These digit tracing cards print 2-to-a-page and can be cut out - and laminated if you wish - quickly. Use them for finger tracing or for tracing with a dry wipe pen. You could use them alongside a sand tray so that children can copy the correct way of writing the numbers.
This guest post from Shelley is packed full of great ideas for using our printable number resources for some fun hands-on maths activities with the kids. These are the pages used in the activities below:
These maths symbols cards match our number flash cards (from 1 to 100) and can be used as simple flash cards for recognition, or combined with the cards for some hands-on arithmetic practice. There are twelve cards with maths symbols, currencies and simple fractions.
Count the ice cream cones on each card and play matching games with the other mix and match cards in our collection.
Count the cute mice on this set of mix and match cards. We've arranged them in rows of 5 to help children count them more easily. Show them that the first two rows of mice make "ten" and then count on from there.
Count the puppies and match them up with other cards in our mix and match collection! We've arranged the puppies in random patterns on these cards so the kids might like to try looping them together in 5's or 10's to make counting them easier.
This set of cards - part of our Mix and Match collection - provide up to 10 teddies for the kids to count! Use them on their own or match them up with number cards or other picture cards from the collection.
This set of mix and match cards - a 17 page pdf file - covers all the maths facts up to 10. We've designed it so that you can use it to make quick double-sided flash cards.
Our first set of "dot" cards in our mix and match series has fairly regular patterns and simple black dots. Match them to numbers, number words, pictures or other dot cards in the series. Blank cards are included.
When children are learning to count, sometimes the placement of objects confuses them. They might count 5 dots on our Dot Cards set 1 but not recognise that ther are also 5 dots on the appropriate card in this set, now that the dots are jumbled around and not in a regular pattern.
The dots on this set of mix and match number cards have changed colour and size - but there are still the numbers 1 to 10 for the children to count and match with other cards in our mix and match series!
Here are some challenging dot cards for the numbers 11 to 20, part of our mix and match set. If you laminate the cards after cutting them out, your children can use a dry wipe pen to "loop" the dots in groups of 5 or 10 to make them easier to count.
Challenge the kids to count the dots on this colourful set of mix and match cards. The dots come in random patterns, sizes and colours to make it a bit tricky!
We've added pictures to this set of number cards - extra fun for kids learning to count. You can use these cards double-sided by folding along the central vertical line and gluing the pictures back to back.
This set of mix and match number cards includes the numbers 0 to 10, as well as variations on the 1, 4, 7, 9 and 10 to choose from. Use them with the other mix and match cards in the series, or in simple number and counting activities as mini flash cards.
Print and slice up these number symbol cards to use in counting and ordering activities. They mix and match with many other cards in our collection.
If you've been using our set of mix and match number symbol cards 0 to 10, you might to print out this second set with the numbers 11 to 20. Use them for matching up with the various other cards in our mix and match collection or on their own when learning the numbers 11 to 20.
Numbers don't have to be dull. They can come striped or checked or spotted in all sorts of fun colours! This set - part of our mix and match number card series - includes numbers 0 to 10 and four mathematical operators for when you start doing "sums".
Here is a set of brightly coloured numbers (and maths symbols) to add to our mix and match number card collection. Use them with our dot cards, picture cards, word cards and so on - or just on their own.
Help kids learn the number words with the help of our small number word cards, which are designed to mix and match with the other cards in our collection for matching games and activities. We have two sets below: our normal UK school font and a US font.
Mix and match these number word cards with our number cards or ordinal number cards - or use them for comparing and ordering activities.
Here are the abbreviated forms of the ordinal numbers to 10, as part of our Mix and Match Number Cards series. Use them as they are for ordering practice, or play matching games or Memory games with other cards in the series.
Print and cut out these ordinal number cards and use them in many different ways. Shuffle them up and get the kids to put them back into order. Combine them with our set from 1st to 10th and use them to label objects in order.
Here are the "word" versions of the first ten ordinal numbers as part of our Mix and Match Number Cards set. Use them for learning the position words or play matching and memory games with other cards in the collection.
Here are the words eleventh through to twentieth in our "mix and match" format. Print them out for the kids to put into order or match to other mix and match cards.
These "What Number" cards work with all our other Mix and Match cards and are designed to be used double sided. Simple print and fold along the vertical dotted line before cutting out the cards, which you then glue back to back.
These fun printable number flash cards come in all sorts of lovely "candy" colours, with big thick borders to make them appealing to the kids. Print them, cut them out and round the corners if you like.
More number flash cards in appealing "candy" colours, these ones from 31-60. Just print, cut out and round the corners if you wish.
Here are the next 30 numbers in our number flash cards set, from 61 - 90. The bright "candy" coloured borders make these cards fun to use.
Practice counting and number recognition with these fun printable number cards - in large size! They print one to a page and we have numbers 1-10. Print onto card or good white paper, fold where indicated and glue together before cutting out.
Print out our number matching cards onto cardstock and cut out. Can the kids match the number on the left with the correct numbers of "pots of gold" on the right?
These little round cards can be used for matching and memory games, for learning activities or for display.
I just love these teddy number cards and we hope the kids do too! Use these as flashcards, for card games, for counting practice...