Numbers 0-20: 10 Card Games Valentine’s Theme

Students will love learning all about number sense for 0-20 with these 10 card games. They will learn to recognize numbers in ten different formats. Great for differentiation and review.

These 10 Card games for numbers 0-20 are such a fun way to review numbers!! I can think of so many ways (beyond the 10 games included) to use these cards!! Love the Valentine's Day theme!

 

MATERIALS NEEDED FOR NUMBERS 0-20:
10 CARD GAMES IN A VALENTINE’S DAY THEME:

Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper | Laminating Pouches | Laminator

 

10 sets of Valentine’s Day themed cards for numbers 0-20 in the following formats:
Numeral
Word
Picture
Ten Frames
Tally Marks
Base Ten Blocks
Dice
Dominoes
1 More Than….

These games are great for helping students with number concepts such as adding, subtracting, composing, decomposing, equality/inequalities, multiplication, missing addends, and more. In addition to providing them with lots of opportunities to use numbers in multiple formats.

These 10 Card games for numbers 0-20 are such a fun way to review numbers!! I can think of so many ways (beyond the 10 games included) to use these cards!! Love the Valentine's Day theme!

Combine sets to create decks for number recognition in many formats.

Center instructions are included for the following games:
Slap-It!
Slap 10/20
War
Addition War
Subtraction War
Multiplication War
Memory
Go Fish!
Go Fish! Make 10
Go Fish! Make 20

Instructions are also included on how to make a deck of cards for each game. The differentiation possibilities are almost endless!

These 10 Card games for numbers 0-20 are such a fun way to review numbers!! I can think of so many ways (beyond the 10 games included) to use these cards!! Love the Valentine's Day theme!

**Ideas for customizing:
Play games for numbers 0-9 or 10 to start. Add other numbers as they are learned.

1)Limit number of formats to start. As students are able to recognize different formats, add them to the games to increase difficulty.

2)For Slap-It! Choose any set as your center pile. The best would be the style that the one with which the student is having most difficulty. This will help them to focus on finding formats that they have an easier time recognizing.

Teacher Instructions:
Print on card stock and/or laminate the cards. (Card stock is recommended because some children will try to see through the cards.) Laminating might be prohibitive due to the number of cards needed to create multiple decks/multiple games. If you cannot laminate, card stock is a MUST!

Each type of cards is a different style for easy sorting.

 

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