Saturday, January 18, 2014
DIY Number Flash Cards for Toddlers and Printable
My husband started teaching my daughter numbers by counting her blocks. My little smarty pants can now count to twelve. She counts everything in her sight. She counts her blocks, magnets, dolls, even the tiles on the bathroom walls when I take her a bath. Since she memorized counting from 1 to 12, I also want her to know what each number looks like. I decided to make her some more flash cards with just the plain numbers. I didn't want to distract her with graphics and colors so I just chose a big black number for the front. I also added a second page to be printed on back of the flash cards with stars she can count for each number when you flip the card.
If you want to print the ones I made you can save the .PDF files below onto your computer. Click on the link, Download, then Direct Download. Save onto your computer where you can easily find it. Then Open the file, press File.. Print and pick the Fit option. I used 110lb card stock paper to print mine so that they would be more durable. Flip the page that printed out and put into printer properly so that page two corresponds with the numbers in front. I would test it out on plain paper first. Then just cut them out and let them have fun!
Click here to download Number Flash Card Page 1 .PDF
Click here to download Number Flash Card Page 2 .PDF
In my previous post: DIY Flash Cards for Toddlers and Printable I show you how I made them. There is also a printable for color and shape flash cards.