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Printable Numbers Chart 1-20

Printable Numbers Chart 1-20

  • Ideal for math games and activities, as well as classroom display....
  • Images arranged in groups of 5 for easier understanding....

Now includes option of NO PICTURES on right hand side of chart so children can create their own pictures or pop counters on the spaces....Thanks to Amanda for this suggestion...

 
 
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Printable Numbers Chart - Suggestions for Use


  • Ideal for cutting up into 3 separate parts which children can play matching games with - USE ZIG ZAG CUTS SO THAT IT BECOMES A SELF CORRECTING PUZZLE.

  • Keep for display - copy and paste onto coloured backing card and laminate.

    Please share your ideas and add your Suggestions for Use for - Printable Numbers Chart - to comments section below.... Enjoy!

     

 
 
 
 

 

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Wendy (01-02-2014)

Hi Donna every time I go on this site I get excited!! Could you make some cards using the dice formation for kids to recognise numbers in a different way. Thanks


Donna (11-02-2013)

Great idea Amanda - this is quite an easy one so will try and get this done this week.


Amanda (11-02-2013)

Can we please have a set of charts just like this with the right side (pictures area blank) so the children can do their own pictures and match to the correct number. 1-20 would be great thanks Mandy


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