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Little Numbers, Dry erase, counting, clip cards, flash cards, laminated, trace, recognition, busy bags, formations, key ring, learn to write
Do you have a little one who is learning to write and count numbers 1-20? Need something to help them along that's both fun and convenient? ⭐️ Introducing Little Numbers by Little Lennons⭐️
These clip-and-go-anywhere, reusable number formation cards have endless possibilities to encourage and engage your child in number-centered activities (and they fit conveniently in your bag!).
Each 4x5.5in laminated, dry-erase number card can be used to recognize numbers, learn to count using 1:1 correspondence, trace each number and learn to form the number or count using objects around the house.
Use the provided dry erase utensil (you can choose a washable crayon, pencil or marker at checkout) to trace each number (following the arrows and number guides), then erase it away with the provided felt eraser and use them again! Children are more willing to try when they know mistakes can easily be wiped away!
⭐️ Another fun way to use these cards is with objects like play doh, fun foam, pipe cleaners, Wiki sticks, beads, cheerios, erasers or any other maneuverable object that your child can use to create the form of each number or practice counting. Roll out some play doh and have your child follow the arrows to form each number, encouraging a new way of looking at numbers that will eventually lead to memorization of each form.
⭐️ Use the cards as flashcards on or off the ring to promote recognition or counting , play "What's missing?" games, put the cards in order or use them to learn to count objects.
At the back of each pack is a card with blank boxes that your child can use to practice writing the numbers on his own within a designated space. I have also included a print out with "New Ways to Play" that gives parents some alternative uses for your Little Numbers cards, promoting open-ended play for home or on-the-go use. Care instructions are also printed and included.
Each pack of clip cards is held together by a binder ring. This ring opens on a hinge, allowing the number cards to easily be removed and allowing you to clip them to your purse or diaper bag for easy travel. Take the cards with you to a restaurant, church, grandma's house, in the car, on a plane... they go where you go and keep your child engaged and quiet! The cards are also great for keeping your little one busy during quiet time at home or while mom makes dinner, helps older kids with homework or tends to a new baby.
🍏 For busy book users, these fit right into your binder's canvas case! Take them anywhere you take your book as a secondary activity or pull out your canvas case and use it as a carrier 🙂
What you will receive:
🍏 22 (approximately) 4x5.5in laminated cards
🍏 A hinged binder ring
🍏 A felt square eraser
🍏 A washable dry erase utensil (choose crayon, pencil or marker at checkout)
🍏 An elastic tie that can be wrapped around your writing utensil, keeping it handy and attached to your ring
🍏 Cards are printed on heavy cardstock
🍏 Cards are laminated with 10mil laminate, making them strong and durable
🍏 A "New Ways to Play" print out that gives parents several alternative ways to use the cards to encourage number recognition, animal recognition, imaginative play, writing, drawing, counting and game playing.
🍏 Suggested ways to use and clean your cards
⭐️ You may choose whether to have the corners of your cards rounded at checkout. I do recommend this simply because laminated edges can be sharp, but it is not necessary. An additional charge applies.
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Want to download and print these yourself? Check out my digital download PDF version here: