Here's a simple set of 100 number cards featuring a fun football theme. The cards are clear and the 0 to 99 numerals easy to see. The font is appropriate for young children, but also 'cool' enough to be accepted by older children too. The 'cards' are versatile enough to be used in thousands of different activities and games. Read more »
This is a set of 41 cards showing numbers to
2 and 3 decimal places. The set has been designed to be used with our place valueLadder Board activities.
The numbers have been carefully chosen to challenge children's knowledge and understanding of place value. There are also numerous opportunities to explore misconceptions relating to digit placement. Read more »
Here's a useful set of 42 cards featuring different decimals between 0.02 and 1.81. Sized to suit the Place Value Ladder Boards.
Play the usual Ladder Games with them or let the children select 10 digit cards at random from a face-down pile... then challenge them to put the cards in order, smallest to largest as quickly as possible. Read more »
Digit Cards are perfect for any number of mathematical games and activities - they also provide ideal assessment opportunities. This set is very plain and simple, the font is appropriate for younger children, and the cards identify even and odd numbers by alternating colours black/red. Read more »
This is a set of 42 cards. Featuring the 7 times table; 0 to 140 (twice). The cards are sized to match the Ladder Board activities, and will enable children to become more familiar with the patterns in the 7 times table while playing Ladder Board games, pelmanism or even snap! Read more »
This is a set of 40 cards counting in fives from 5 to 100, (two of each number). The cards are sized to match the Ladder Board activities. The download includes a blank set of cards for you to adapt to your own uses.
Digit cards are not hard to find. It could even be argued that the best ones are those that are made by the children themselves. However, since Digit Cards are used so often in the activities here, it seemed unreasonable not to have a mathsticks set. Read more »
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