A fine set of playing cards that has only the clubs. The numbers 1-20 are in the centers of the cards with the clubs in the outer corners.
This set of cards has only the diamonds. The numbers 1-20 appear front and center in the middle of the cards with the diamonds in the top left and bottom right corners.
These cards include only hearts. The numbers are in the center of the cards with the heart motifs in the top left and bottom right corners, the opposite of traditional playing cards.
In this set of cards the numbers 1-20 are in the center and the spades only are on the top left and bottom right corners.
Just like traditional playing cards, these cards have the clubs in the center of the cards and the numbers in the top left and bottom right hand corners.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend and these can be your new best friend in playing cards. They have the diamonds in the center of the cards and the numbers in the corners.
This special set of cards includes only the numbers 1-20 with the hearts in the center and the numbers in the top left and bottom right>
Did I hear you say spades? Comin’ right up! This set included exclusively the spades in the center of each card and the numbers 1-20 on the outside corners.
This set of St Patrick’s Day vocabulary cards come in a portrait configuration. There are four words per page divided horizontally on five pages with 20 words in all.
These little leprechauns are showing us how to have some fun! Your kid’s job is to count how many in each set and write that number on the lines.
These shamrocks are just so darn sweet looking! Kids will need to count these sweet shamrocks in each ten frame and write how many on the lines.
In this counting worksheet kids look at the number on the left, then count and circle only that many number of objects.
In this cut and glue worksheet kids cut out the squares at the bottom of the page. Then they match the number of leprechauns and shamrocks and glue side by side.
Have your kids look at the number on each leprechaun’s hat and draw that many coins in the circle. You may want to have them draw the coins in pencil and color in yellow crayon.
These folks created some works of art with shamrocks. Count how many shamrocks on each person or animal’s piece of art and write how many on the lines.
Have your kids count the number of each of the five items with a shamrock and graph how many on the bottom portion of the page.