# Number Cards Matching Game

This number cards matching game is so fun! Want your students to be able to recognize a number in more than one way? Well, these cards can be matched in one of eight ways: a numeral, a number word, dice, base ten blocks, objects, tally marks, ten frames, and dominoes. Use two of the sets like the dice and the number words and have kids match them up . Have them put the cards with objects in sequential order. Lots of options here! Print on card stock for longer lasting cards.

20 pages of number cards, 8 cards per page, 160 in all.

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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 1

You're gonna love these brightly colored number cards for the number one! With a bow, a green dice, dominoes and more, there's plenty here.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 2

Two waving caterpillars are trying to get your attention! Look at these really cool number cards for the number 2. Gosh, they're so pretty, too! Go ahead, print it out.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 3

For you the orange stars are brightly shining and the base ten blocks have stacked up to 3, all in this number cards matching game page for the number 3.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 4

This number 4 number cards page has plenty to match and sort - base ten blocks, dominoes, ten frames, dice ... and four purple furry monsters! What fun!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 5

On the number card for the number 5 we got to cross the tallys! Join the fun. Count 5 by ten frames, base ten blocks and by reading the number "five".
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 6

This number cards page shows 6 by starting to fill in the second row of the ten frame, adding another tally to the set, and another base ten block, too.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 7

If the bright green dice on this number cards page doesn't catch your attention, the yummy looking cupcakes probably will. See how 7 is shown 8 ways!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 8

Did you know if you roll doubles (like the dice on these number cards) that you get to roll a second time when playing Monopoly? Well now you do!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 9

These number cards show ways to make 9: 6 & 3 on the dice, 5 & 4 tally marks and base ten blocks, 7 & 2 on the dominoes, and 10 minus 1 in the ten frame.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 10

These number cards show the magic number of 10! Kids can count the ten frames, base ten blocks and more. But look at the books. Can they count them by 2's?
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 11

Number 11 on these number cards adds another ten frame to the mix. If you count with your fingers you need to start over counting with the first hand.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 12

Another stylish and groovy number cards page. This time for the wonderful number 12. What is your favorite way to see 12? Tally marks or dominoes?
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 13

Number 13 on these number cards is no reason to be a bit superstitious. It's just as cheery as all the others and provides learning and fun!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 14

The spaces on the cards is filling up as the number cards numbers get higher and higher. More tally marks, more objects, and more counting practice!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 15

Three sets of five and five sets of three. Take a good look at how the number 15 is shown in these number cards. See how many ways you can find.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 16

For the number 16 number cards a second set of dominoes had to be added and a third row of ten frames has started to be filled in. We're getting up there!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 17

What was added to these number 17 cards compared to the number 16 cards? If you guessed another dice was added, you are absolutely correct!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 18

Here's a question for you - if you have 18 shoes, like on these number cards for 18, how many pairs is that? Count by 2's. See what you come up with!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 19

How many more stars do we need on the number card for 19 to make 20? Hint: Look at the ten frames for a dead give away. Have fun with these cards!
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Number 20

Now that you've reached number 20, have you thought about how many ways you can use these cool and colorful number cards? I can count at least six.
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### Number Cards Matching Game – Suggestions for Use

I created this number cards matching game to be a matching game. But there are other uses for these cards, too! Check out this page for more ideas. Have fun!