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Printable Number Puzzles / Charts 0-20

Primary School Maths - Early Learning Printable Number Puzzles

  • NOW AVAILABLE 0 - 20
  • Ideal as number wall / display charts or cut up into 3 sections for number puzzles....
Ideas for Use

Printable Number Puzzles / Charts - Suggestions for Use


  • Thanks again to Ron Leishmann for allowing us to use hiswonderfully bright cartoon number images (he's a really nice guy too!)

  • Each number chart includes, numeral, word and picture.

  • Ideal as either a wall chart / display, or cut each image into 3 to form simple floor puzzles (don't forget you can also print these a smaller size using your printer settings if you wanted the puzzles to be smaller?)

  • Great for place value work as '1' lot of 'tens' has 10 dots and is a consistant light blue colour throughout. The 'ones' numeral consists only of the appropriate number of dots, and matches the colour of the 0-9 numerals.

  • Place value puzzles can also be utilized through cutting up the 10-20 numbers into separate 'tens' and 'ones'- children then have to match the 'tens' with the 'ones' correctly.

  • Here is another great way to use these number puzzles / charts - thanks Bernadette.....use the appropriate combination of pegs to matche the numeral - how many different combinations can you make?

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  • Please share your ideas with other teachers and parents in COMMENTS - below...
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hilda (14-10-2013)

When will you have the printable numbers from 20 to 100 available?


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