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Number Tracing Cards ~ Free Preschool Printables

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A few weeks ago I shared the Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards and the Lowercase Letter Tracing Cards with you and this week I have some Number Tracing Cards to share too! These cards are a great ‘take-along’ activity or just for everyday practice for writing numbers and also counting with 1:1 correspondence for the numbers 0 through 20.

To use, print the cards in this set onto cardstock, laminate, and cut along the line to separate the cards. The Number Tracing Cards also include a few additional cards for your child to work on letter formation {see below}.

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Punch a hole in the top left corner of each card and put onto a jump ring {key ring ~ see key ring in carousel below}. Let your child use a dry erase marker or vis-à-vis marker to trace the letters and write their own. If you use a dry erase marker, the letters will wipe off easily, while a vis-à-vis marker may require more scrubbing to remove {but will not smudge while your child is writing}.

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Don’t miss the Uppercase Letter Tracing Cards and the Lowercase  Letter Tracing Cards that go along with this set too! You can find MORE preschool alphabet and beginning writing activities on the following pages::

Alphabet: http://homeschoolcreations.com/preschoolalphabet.html

Writing: http://homeschoolcreations.com/preschoolhandwriting.html

Math: http://homeschoolcreations.com/preschoolmath.html

 

Skip Counting Charts from 2 to 12

Skip counting is one thing that we can definitely do a little more of in our house, but as you all know ~ I like to make stuff and make it cute.

I mean, how horrible would it be to just have NUMBERS on a document?

These skip counting charts cover the numbers from 2 up to 12. Each chart starts with a little ‘rhyme’ at the top, show how skip counting with that number works and then skip counts up to whatever 12 x that particular number would be.

These have already been a huge help in our house. We use them every day as a part of our morning routine and even our 3 year old tries to repeat the numbers along with us!

Enjoy them!!

Printable Number Matching Cards

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Remember when I asked you a little while ago which printable you wanted next? And then I avoided the number cards you all chose and selfishly made some Fruit and Vegetable Matching Cards?

I promised I was working on them ~ and today they are yours for the printing! The set includes the numbers 1-20, number words 1-20, Roman numerals 1-20 and also dot cards 1-20. I am loving that I can use these will all of my kids right now: Zachary can work on his number words, the girls can practice Roman numerals more, and Kaleb can start counting 1:1.

These cards are designed to help your child identify the numbers 1-20, practice counting with 1:1 correspondence from 1-20, identify number words 1-20, and also learn Roman numerals from 1-20.You can have your child sequence the numbers in the correct order, match the correct number card to the corresponding dot card, match Roman numerals to numbers…the rest is up to you!

The full set of cards is available for FREE by clicking on the download graphic below ~ I promise it’s easy! Enjoy!

 

Looking for more? Be sure to check out the additional number printables linked below! 


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