Simply print Number Puzzles onto card and cut. Laminate first if you want them to last longer. They have been provided with and without the number at the top. These are A3 size, but you can print them A4 for smaller puzzles. Shuffle the cards and have children match the 2 halves by counting the numb
Help children learn to count 1 to 6 by placing the petals on the correct flowers. Just laminate resource and cut out for multiple use.
Foundation Year - Connect number names, numerals and quantities, including zero, initially up to 10 and then beyond (ACMNA002)
Common Core US
This is a great multisensory pre-writing task. Go-Dots and arrows give children the visual information they need to start at the top and go the correct direction. When children practice correctly they develop correct motor memory of number formations.
Cards can be used as a math station to: