You can use these blank cards for anything! You can print them 1-sided or double-sided if you have different stuff to put on the backs. You decide!
There are a couple generic suggested activities, too.
Trying to get those young learners ready for pre-k, vpk, or kindergarten? Even first graders might be challenged by this card set that can be used to play many games. It's also a great tool to use on your toddlers at home! Get those kids school ready!
Each card has a number of shapes, a shape, and a color on it. Six pre-made sets of rules help you play different games to use the cards to teach students their numbers, colors, and shapes. That's 12 colors X 9 shapes X 6 numbers = 648 cards (if you get and print both parts!)
COLORS: peach, pink, black, brown, gray, orange, purple, yellow, red, blue, white, and green
SHAPES: circle, square, triangle, star, heart, diamond, oval, rectangle, and pentagon
NUMBERS: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6
Print these on card stock and/or laminate for more playability. COLOR PRINTING IS A MUST!
This file is the 2nd part of the above product. The file was too big to have as a download on here, so it had to be split in half. Get both parts for the full set!
This one adds the numbers 4, 5, and 6 for all the colors and shapes, doubling the card set to 648 cards.
Practice following directions with this easy movement game. It has bilateral movements, which are proven to increase brain function. Any time you can get both sides of the body moving and crossing over, it makes your brain work harder! Still, most students can play this game or at least mimic their neighbors. It's a great way to add some fun movement to the classroom!
Each card tells you what to do with your right hand, left hand, or both.
Try out this card game like dominoes. Arrange numbers carefully, but don't block yourself in or run out of moves! Once you get good at it, challenge the clock!
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Use basic math skills in addition and subtraction to form a chain of numbers that helps you get to a target number.
Each card has 2 options to use. You might have to go up or down, but eventually you will hit your target to win!
This game reinforces important skills like:
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Monster Zoo Math lets kids face off against monsters with just their math skills (and dice, pen and paper, and that sort of stuff). Defeat the monsters with basic math skills to collect as many as possible! Missions offer a variety of math techniques to use to defeat the monsters. Play solo, with a partner, or on a small team!
This game includes:
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Practice getting to know each other with this set of 18 friendly cards students and classes can use to get to know each others' favorite things. Play any of the several game ideas included to help add movement, math, or cooperation to the activity.