Base Ten Blocks Flashcards|Tally Marks Flashcards|Number Flashcards

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This packet has 4 flashcard sets:

★Base Ten Blocks

★Tally Marks

★Numerals

★3 "I have - Who has?" games: One for each type of number representation.

Numbers go from 1 to 30.

These math flashcards are a great way to reinforce the different representations of a number, and a real fun way to practice!

Use them in your small groups, in math centers, and send them home for extra support.

Also available in a bundle - Counting Bundle

Contents:

*Base ten flashcards:1 - 30

*Tally marks flashcards: 1-30

*Numeral flashcards: 1-30

*"I have - Who has?" base ten flashcards: 1 -30

*"I have - Who has?" tally marks flashcards: 1 -30

*"I have - Who has?" numeral flashcards: 1 -30

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Looking for activity ideas to use with your new flashcards?

*Order Numbers

Start with numbers 1 -10.

Each week, add 10 more numbers.

Distribute an even amount of cards for each player.

Players take turns placing cards in order.

*Guess My Number

Have students order numbers first.

Players give clues such as “My number is between __ and __”, “My number is before/after__”, “My number is one more/one less than ___”.

Other players guess the number.

*Memory Game

Start with numerals and base ten 1 -10.

Place cards facing down.

Players take turns matching a number to its number word.

Use different card combinations!

*“I Have – Who has?”

Give players an even number of cards.

The player with the “I start” card starts.

Player says “I have (number on the card). Who has (read the question on the bottom of the card)?

The other players check their cards.

The player with the right card goes next.

The game ends when all cards have been called.

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Number Flashcards (1 to 120 plus number words from 1-20 and multiples of 10)

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Make sure to check out my other Math Resources!

Math Practice for 1st Grade

Math Practice for 2nd Grade

Kindergarten Math Homework

1st Grade Math Homework

2nd Grade Math Homework

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Total Pages
18 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:

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