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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 thumbnail graphic above ~ I promise it’s easy! Enjoy!

 

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Comments

  1. These mats are wonderful! I love the fact that you added the Roman Numerals as well. It is great way to show them in connection with the regular numbers.

  2. HappyAndBlessedHome says:

    Hi Jolanthe – I am featuring your preschool math creations on my blog post today about cognitive skills. Thanks for creating all these great printables. I used a picture of your dalmatian and a link to your site. Thanks again!
    Monica
    http://happyandblessedhome.com

  3. Are there black and white versions? Thank you!

    • You would have to chose ‘print black and white’ in your printer settings. Otherwise, I haven’t created a b/w set. I’m sorry! :)

  4. Melody Martin says:

    Are these available in numbers up to 100? If not, would you be willing to make them?

  5. Thank you for making this.

  6. Logic Roots says:

    Hey Jolanthe, I came across your site via google and found it to be an amazing resource for pre schoolers and home schoolers for fun practice sessions. They are simple, creative, interactive and a huge learning tool for children. We at Logic Roots love providing our audience with such innovative and fun resources. Hope you don’t mind me sharing this on our facebook and twitter page. Thankyou. :)

  7. I have a question, that I am not finding an answer to… At one point I thought I saw a Kindergarten all in one homeschool book from EP. I thought the price was a little over $100.00. I have just come back to this sight, and I am seeing a $7.00 hand-writing workbook, but not an all inclusive Kindergarten level 2 book that you can purchase. Am I missing it, or does it not exist?

    • I think I might need a little more info – personally I don’t sell anything in that range. So, I’m wondering what EP stands for…that might help me a little bit to point you in the right direction. :)

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