Number Digit Cards (Dots) 0-30

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Number Digit Cards (Dots) 0-30 - Numeracy, digit card, math, number recognition, counting

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  • Number formation, knowledge and sequencing

    , Oct 8th
  • Thank you! Fine motor and number recognition.

    , Jan 25th
  • There is no 18, 19 or 20 !

    , Aug 4th
    • Hi tricia_pearson,
      Thanks you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll ask our resource creators to look at this right away!

      , Aug 4th
    • Hi theretricia_pearson,
      Thanks for spotting this mistake! We have now corrected it and emailed you the amended resource, I hope you find it useful. It will also be updated on the website soon.

      , Aug 4th
  • fine motor

    , Jan 8th
  • I will use this for our lower ability children to help with their fine motor skills.

    , Oct 6th
Number Digit Cards (Dots) 0-30

Number Digit Cards (Dots) 0-30 - Set of number digit cards from 0-50. Very versatile digit cards for use with various numeracy based activities. The dots are prefect to allow your children to trace over and practice forming their numbers (we recommend to laminate for re-use).
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