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There are so many fun ways to teach numbers to kids! One hands-on way is with Magna Tiles. Building numbers with these magnetic blocks help kids learn to recognize numbers and practice making the numbers.
Today I’m sharing 21 Magna Tile Number Cards that can be used at a math center for learning at home!
This printable set includes pages for numbers 0-20. Each page shows the number, pictures that match the number, and the spelling of the word.
You can use the printable as a guide for building the number. Kinesthetic learners love these types of activities because they are using their hands to build!
Another idea for students who want more of a challenge is to see if they can make the number without the guide. You can give them the magnetic tiles they need to build the number and see if they can do it!
Each page shows pictures at the top that correspond with the number. Children can practice counting the pictures to work on one-to-one correspondence.
If you’d like to download this free printable, just click on the button below!
If you’d like more resources like this one, check out the following!
Magna Tile lowercase letter cards
Magna Tile uppercase letter cards
Don’t have Magna Tiles? They are a great investment and can be used in so many ways. Check out my favorites below:
Magna Tiles – 48 piecesMagna Tiles – 32 piecesPicasso Tiles
I LOVE These! But when I print them, only the number zero is in color. The rest of the numbers come up as an outline with an occasional yellow box. I am trying to print 4 per sheet to save ink and paper. Am I the only one with this issue? The same thing happened when I printed lowercase magna tile alphabet, and the Y and Z for the uppercase. I am not running low on ink, as my printer prints backward, 20-0 and zero is in color. Any suggestions?
Angela Thayer says
That is so strange! I haven’t heard of that happening from others yet, but I do appreciate you letting me know! Have you updated Adobe Reader to the latest version? Usually that clears up any printing problems. If that doesn’t work, please email me at angela(at)teachingmama(dot)org. Thanks!