FREE Snowflake Number Cards (1-10)
I had so much fun creating these FREE Strawberry Counting Cards last summer that I decided to create some for the winter season.
These Snowflake Number Cards are FREE for you to use in your home or in your school. Simply click HERE to download the templates.
How to Play
The possibilities are endless really, but here are some suggestions. Many of these games will require you two print 2 sets of the cards. These games are all great not only for number recognition and counting, but also visual memory!
Memory: Mix up the the cards using only the dot number cards, the numeral cards or both. Lay them out face down in front of the players and take turns trying to make pairs.
Dice Roll: Lay the cards face up in front of the players. One player rolls the die and has to match his roll to either the numeral card or the matching dot card.
Number Match: Grab some beans or other small counters. Lay the dot cards out and have your child add bean to each strawberry while counting.
Number Sorting: Mix up the set of cards with numerals. Have your child put them back in order. Try it with the dot die too- it is a little trickier, but not too bad.
Complete the Count: Give each player 3 cards. Have the player with number 1 start bu laying his card down face up, then the player with card 2 puts his card next to card one and so one until all six cards are face up in order. Pretty simple game, but great for counting!
Adding/Subtracting Seeds: Grab 2 cards and add or subtract the number on the card.
More or Less: Place 2 cards face up and determine which number is more and which is less.
Go Fish, Old Maid, Snap are also good options.
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