Numbers 0-20 on Train


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Numbers 0-20 on Train - Foundation Numeracy, Number recognition, Number flashcards, counting, train resource, trains
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  • Nov 3rd

    To assist children with learning numbers to 20

  • Oct 20th

    to help a child settle in

  • Sep 2nd

    line up line

  • Apr 2nd

    My daughter loved this one. I spread them all out on the living room floor mixed up and the object was to make the train by finding the right sequence. We had to check the numbers as we went along and then it was the longest train ever which was so much fun. We counted it backwards. Then I said lets get the animals to their cages, so with her fav toy (a soft minion) we pretended he was the trains drivers assistant and he picked any number as we "choo chooed" around and then stopped at one to put them away. We incorporated sounds, actions. Then we also found matching pairs and pointed out their numbers. So much fun I highly recommend. My daughter is 4.

  • Mar 31st

    sequencing numbers

  • Sep 29th

    cutting and predicting what comes next

  • Apr 1st

    Will print out and laminate. Will also import images into a Flipchart to be an interactive resources

Numbers 0-20 on Train

Numbers 0-20 on Train - A very colourful set of A4 sized numbers on train and carriages - numbers 0-20. This resource can be used to hang up in the classroom or as number flashcards (we think it looks lovely as a classroom display!)
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