This set includes 26 cards and the DONKEY card.
There are 13 matching cards, halving numbers to 26. You can exclude any cards your students haven't learnt yet. I have included the words 'half' as well as the fraction 1/2. All words are in a dyslexia friendly font.
I include all cards when we play because there are pictures on every halving card (just like in the PREVIEW) and I let my students count the collection. Then I get them to say the number fact when they put down cards, "Half of ten is five." Some are learning the concept of halving as well as the number fact.
I have included regular and irregular array patterns as well as various snail pictures in the collections of snails, so students don't think the individual items in a collection have to be exactly the same.
I find my students need lots of practise at halving, so making a DONKEY game means it is a fun way to begin or finish an intervention session. You can even send them home for FAMILY FUN TIME. My kids like to beat a parent at this.
Laminate the cards and they will last for years.
The DONKEY theme abounds in my store, because it appeals to the 6-10 age group. I make up games because my students love the fun aspect and they get the repetition they need to learn the skill.
You will find lots of games like this in my store.