Kids Play Cards! (Numbers 1 – 10)
This deck of cards was created for children to explore quantities for the numbers 1 – 10 while building understanding of those numbers at the concept level, which is the best place to start! The visual representations of numbers are powerful ways to help students’ recognize and remember the quantity each numeral represents, building a strong foundation for future learning in mathematics. A set of numeral cards is included to add to the games after the children are very comfortable recognizing the quantity
represented on each card.
Instructions for the games “Number Memory Match”
, “I Want Your Number!”
and the “The Game of Compare”
are included and aligned to the Counting and Cardinality Domain of the CCSSM. There are also sample questions to ask the children so you can address some of those Standards for Mathematical Practice!
The packet includes numeral cards 1 – 10, dice pattern cards 1 - 10, tally mark cards 1- 10, finger cards 1 - 10, and ten-frame cards 1- 10, for a total of 50 playing cards. There are also two choices of card backs along with instructions for how to make everything work together for a set of two-sided playing cards.
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