Number Maths Games – Counting and matching numbers game – 1-250, numerals, dots, pictures, words
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1 10 Cards - D'Nealian
1 10 Cards - Zaner-Bloser
I was just thinking the other day that I needed some matching cards for numbers over 100 then today I came across the new parts of speech posters and thought I’d check out the “What’s New” section and there I found exactly what I had been wanting. Thank you so much for your wonderful resources. This is the first place I check when looking for resources and I’ve been able to build a great collection since moving to the lower school grades last year. Thanks again!
Comment by Archived Message on May 12, 2013 at 6:07 am Log in to Reply
I LOVE the subitising/matching cards for the numbers to 10. I would love it even more if they were extended to 20. Many thanks for another awesome resource!!
Comment by Archived Message on October 6, 2013 at 10:31 am Log in to Reply
Hi 🙂 I love your resources and use them regularly but I just wanted to make a comment and I hope I don’t offend you 🙁 With the cards that have the MABs representing numbers I don’t think I would use the cards that go higher than 160ish as it is difficult for the students to identify the tens at a glance. I have always taught my students not to count the individual ten stick in a hundred block as there is no need and they should be able to trust that it is a 100 but your pictures are misleading as they look big enough to be a hundreds block. I realise that you were short on space on the cards but I think this would lead to the students being confused and doubting the way they use MABs. I feel there needs to be a space between each ten stick that is not part of a hundred block. Thanks for listening to my opinion. I understand that you may not be able to act on this but I hope you can as I would love to use the whole set 🙂 thanks Casey
Comment by Archived Message on November 22, 2013 at 6:41 am Log in to Reply
Noted Casey – taking a look – thanks Casey
Comment by Archived Message on January 27, 2014 at 12:08 am Log in to Reply
These are just what I need for my year one children. I would, however, like to suggest the addition of tally marks. Love the subtilising opportunities I’ll have with these, though! Thanks for the wonderful resources you share.
Comment by Archived Message on February 1, 2014 at 11:52 pm Log in to Reply
I’m wondering if you could do a subitizing set in the same arrangement as playing cards?
Or an editable page.
Comment by Tonya Taylor on June 26, 2016 at 12:59 pm Log in to Reply
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