These Printable Number Flashcards are perfect for kids of all ages! These number flashcards go from 1-100 and can be used as flashcards, a matching game, or as the classic game of Go Fish!
Printable Number Flashcards
These printable number flashcards are so colorful, bright and fun for kids of all ages! A few weeks ago I was on the hunt for some flashcards that I could use to help my son get more familiar with all his numbers, including numbers past 20. In my search I couldn’t find any flashcards that went all the way up to 100 without being double sided. I wanted to find flashcards that I could use in more ways that just one. Learning is more fun when you make a game out of it and we wanted to be able to play a matching game or the classic game of “GO Fish” but you can’t do that when the cards are double sided. 🙂
So after searching and not finding what I was looking for we decided we needed to just take care of it ourselves. I absolutely love how these number flashcards turned out and I am excited to share them with you!
This post contains affiliate links.
How can I protect my printable number flashcards?
We decided to laminate our number flashcards so that we could continue to use them without them getting damaged. You will want to print out your number flashcards and then cut them out using scissors or a paper trimmer. Follow your laminator instructions to complete the cards. We cut our cards out first and placed them an inch or so away from each other to ensure the cards would be fully covered with the laminator sheets. Don’t have a laminator at home? Just take them to a local store that has a laminating service.
Three ways to use Number Flashcards
- Just like regular flashcards – Once you laminate your cards you can punch a hole into the top corner of each card and put them on a ring for easy review. You can put all your cards on one ring or separate them into amounts that work best for you! You can even put even numbers and odd numbers on different rings, add them by 5’s or by 10’s, add numbers as you need them. It’s flexible with the needs of your own child.
- Classic Go-Fish Game – one of the first games my kids learn how to play is Go-Fish! It’s great for number recognition while also learning to sit still. NOTE* In order to play GO-FISH you will need to prepare TWO sets of flashcards. While it’s a bit of work in the beginning you will be able to use them over and over again!
- Matching – another game that is great for number recognition but also for memorization. Even little ones that don’t know any of their numbers yet can still play as each pair of cards also has a matching clipart.