Numbers 0-100 Pocket Flash Cards

Make learning to count fun for children with these durable Numbers 0-100 Pocket Flash Cards! A great educational game for at home or in the classroom.
  • Activity ideas included to challenge growing skill levels
  • Handy 7.5cm x 12.5cm size makes cards great for travel
  • Cards feature rounded corners for quick sorting
  • Ages 4 plus
  • 51 cards
  • Sturdy storage box

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Counting 0-100 Pocket Flash Cards

Pocket Flash Cards make learning numbers fun! These cards can be used by one, a pair, or a small group for hours of number fun you can count on!

See & Say. Look at each numeral card and say the name of the numeral. Put the cards you answered correctly in one stack and count the cards to get your score.

Hands Down. (2 players). Sort the cards. Each player is dealt half of the numeral cards face down. On the count of three, both players flip their top cards face up. The player with the higher numeral gets to keep the pair. Play through all of the cards and then count the cards to see who won.

Numbers, Numbers. Everyone knows that certain things always come in certain numbers. We all have two eyes and two ears, eggs come in cartons of 12, one can buy cans of Coca Cola in packs of six, twelve, or twenty-four, and so on. Can you think of other numbers that items always come in? Brainstorm with friends or family. How many can you think of?

What’s Missing? With the numeral cards arranged from 0-20, close your eyes and have a partner remove one card. Open your eyes and guess which card is missing. For each right answer, give yourself one point. When you’ve scored five points give your partner a turn. Now try numbers 0-30, then 0-40 and so on...

Number Line. Sort the cards, lay them in order from left to right, starting with 0 and ending with 100. Mix up the cards and arrange them to count backwards from 100 to 0.

Skip It. After you know all of your numbers you can try a new way to count called skip counting. Try counting by even numbers (0,2,4,6,8 …) and odd numbers (1,3,5,7…). Then try counting by threes (0,3,6,9,12…), by fours (0,4,8,12,16…), and by fives (0,5,10,15,20…). It’s a neat way to count!

Game play instructions and activities sheets included.

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