Remember the Count on Sesame Street? I can’t exactly recall when I learned to count, but I like to think that he played a large role in my mastering that skill. I still say “One, ha, ha, ha!” on occasion.
What I learned from the Count is that learning to count should be fun. When kids have fun learning, they pick up on concepts so much faster!
Which is why I wanted to make some printable counting to 100 flashcards to help Piglet learn to master counting from 1 to 100. And I’m sharing them with my readers today!
These are so fun for reviewing number skills with kids! Plus, they have a fun toy friends theme!
Read on to see how to get your set! And, if your kids love these, don’t miss our Alphabet Animals flashcards for letter practice!
Toy Friends Counting to 100 Flashcards
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- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
This set contains flashcards for each number from 1 to 100. 25 pages of four flashcards each!
For Piglet, we focused on learning the numbers in sequence. So I gave her the cards and let her practice putting them in sequence by tens.
First, we focused on listing the numbers from 1 to 10.
After she got the hang of putting those numbers in order, we started working with other number groups.
Finishing with the numbers from 90 to 100!
We made it all the way to 100!
You could also use these flashcards to have kids match up even and odd numbers. Or they’d be great for an “I Have, Who Has?” game!
For reviewing, just hole punch them and put them on an O ring. See if the kids can remember which number comes next!
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Mary Smith says
These are listed as free all the way through the article. When you are directed to the store, they are listed at $3.00.
Selena Robinson says
Hi! Where did you see them listed as free in the article? The post doesn’t say that they are.
They are available as a bonus to newsletter susbcribers, though. 🙂