Match Four game cards are a great way for students to practice identifying numbers and values to ten. To play the game students must shuffle the cards and deal seven to each player. Keep the rest in a pile, face down, between the players. On each turn the student must take a card from the pile. If he or she gets a match of at least two versions of a number (i.e. the cards with 6 blocks and the word six) the player must place them face up in front of them. The goal of the game is to match all 4 ways to write each number. So, if a player turns over a card that matches a face-up set, he or she can steal the set from their opponent (i.e. if I pull the card that shows six tally marks, I can take the other versions of the number 6 that were matched by the other player). Once all four versions of a number have been matched it cannot be stolen again. The player with the most complete sets of 4 at the end of the game wins. This super fun printable card game is a great way for children to practice identifying digits, number names to ten, counting objects to ten, and reading tally marks.