Numbers 0-25 Match Me Cards

Numbers 0-25 Match Me Cards is a fun math game intended for younger kids. It helps to engage learners matching, memory, and word/picture recognition skills. Two-sided cards feature numerals, number words, and photos for counting practice thats fun. Set includes:
  • Six fun and easy-to-follow activities
  • Ages 4 & up
  • 5cm x 7.5cm each
  • Sturdy storage box

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Product Code: T58002
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In Depth Learning Numbers - Kids Math Games

Numbers 0-25 Match Me Cards

Count on Match Me Cards to make practicing numbers fun! Sort the cards into numbers 0-10 for beginners. Add numbers 11-25 to increase the challenge. Play alone or take turns with friends. Create your own games, too!

Match Two. Lay out all the cards, pictures facing up. Match each picture with another picture that shows the same number of items. Name the objects and tell how many.

See and Say. Lay out all cards, pictures facing up. Count the objects on each card and say how many. If you're not sure, ask a friend for help. Flip cards to check answers.

Numerals Up. Sort the cards into the two piles: numerals and numbers words. Leave the numeral cards facing up. Turn the number words over so their pictures face up. Match each numeral to a picture card with that number of objects. See if you can match them all!

Words Up. Sort cards into two piles: numerals and number words. Leave the word cards facing up. Turn the numeral cards over so their pictures face up. Try to match each word to a picture card with the same number of objects.

Numeral & Word Match. Turn all cards pictures sides down. Read and match number words to numerals.

Number Line. Sort the cards and use just the numerals. Lay them in order from left to right, starting with 0 and ending with 25. Then do the same for the word cards. Mix up the cards and arrange them to count backwards from 25 to 0. Mix them up again and arrange in skip-counting order (1,3,5 etc or 2,4,6 etc). What are some other number lines? Try them all!

Game play instructions and activities sheets included.

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