*Learning basic math can be fun with the right tools and a little creativity. This set of number flashcards also includes numbers, math symbols, and counting cards, giving you endless possibilities for interactive math learning. *

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Last year, I created a set of printable alphabet flashcards to use in practicing alphabet and pre-reading skills with my preschooler. I shared them with my readers along with 23 unconventional (and fun!) ways to learn with alphabet flashcards.

Apparently you all loved them because they quickly became one of my most popular posts. Thanks to the 30,000+ of you who have viewed/downloaded them! Truly, it makes me so happy that something I created has been able to help so many of you teach your own kids.

Recently, a reader asked me if I had any plans to create other flashcard sets for numbers or shapes. Well, you ask, I deliver. So, today I’m sharing with you my newest set of flashcards to help you teach your child…

**NUMBERS!**

I know there are other number flashcards out there, but–as is often the case when I teach my children–I wanted to design my own. Why?

I wanted to design a set of cards that would have everything you would need to practice a variety of math skills:

- number identification
- counting
- representation (connecting the idea of “three” to three objects)
- sequencing
- basic addition and subtraction (as well as multiplication and division)
- understanding one-to-one correspondence
- reading the written word version of numbers

## WHAT I LOVE ABOUT THESE ALPHABET FLASHCARDS:

**They are big**(1/4 page). This makes them easy to read and easy for little hands to grab and manipulate.**They include the numbers, counting cards, and math symbols.**While having cards with the basic numbers is a good starting place, this set includes so much more to help you develop numeracy in many creative ways.**The font**. A lot of the flash cards I found use fonts that are different from how my kids are taught in school to form the numbers. I wanted to be able to use these cards for writing practice as well as identifying numbers, so I wanted to make sure the font I chose matched the way my kids have been taught to write their numbers.

## HOW TO MAKE YOUR FLASH CARDS LAST–LET’S TALK LAMINATING:

I highly recommend laminating your flash cards to make them last longer. You can certainly use them without doing so, but paper only lasts so long in the hands of a toddler…if you know what I mean.

If you don’t have a laminator, I have to say, I think every mom needs one. They come in SO handy, especially if you are the type to do learning activities at home with your child (which you probably are, since you’re reading a blog post about DIY flash cards…just sayin’).

This Scotch one is a really good, basic laminator that is budget-friendly. It’s the one I currently have (after the one I had for almost a decade finally died), and I’ve been really pleased with it.

**Fill out the form below to get your number flash cards!**

*Note: After subscribing, your flash cards should be sent directly to your email inbox. Be sure to check your junk/spam folders. Sometimes they’ll end up there.*

## HOW TO MAKE YOUR FREE PRINTABLE FLASH CARDS

### MATERIALS NEEDED:

- card stock paper
- laminator
- scissors or paper cutter

### WHAT TO DO:

- Download and print the free printable number flashcards on white card stock paper. You could use plain paper, but they will be stiffer and more card-like if you use card stock.
- Cut out the flash cards (there are four per page). I used my paper cutter to keep the lines super straight, but you could use scissors if you have a steady hand.
- Laminate four at a time. Make sure you leave space between the cards in the laminating pouch so you can cut them apart later.
**Pro Tip:**Put a dab of glue on the back of each card before setting it in place in the laminating pouch. This will help it stay in place as you feed it through the machine. - Once cool, cut the laminated pages into flash cards. I like to round the corners so that there are no sharp points to poke anyone.
- Now you’re ready to play!

They take a little time to put together, but it’s a great, mindless activity to do while watching a show on *Netflix *(or whatever) in the evening.

**Want more help getting started with your flash cards? Check out this post: ****Creative ways to learn with number flashcards**.

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Nicole

Love your flash cards!! Any way you could make the numbers to 20?

Meg

I’ll certainly add it to my list of updates to do! I’m glad you like the flash cards!

Florence

Please send me too

Heather

Yes please!

Florence

Thank you very much

Mary Smith

Thank you so much making these fun cards! I can use these my 3 and 6 year olds. I would love to use them for my Preschool classroom as well.

Annalyn Macapagal

It helpful to me to teach my kids can you make some.number 20-100

Ella

Hi. Please make some 11-20 if you have time. Love your cards very much! Simple and yet very understandable and attractive to my 20 months old!

Judy

How can I download the flascards printables for free?

Meg

Fill out the form in the post to sign up for my email list, and the flashcards should be automatically sent right to your inbox!

Kevin

Thank you

Lera

How can I downloads your set of cards?

Meg

Drop your email in the form in the article, and they’ll be send right to your inbox…along with some other free resources to help!

natasha

thanks

mary garcia

how can I download these flash cards?

Meg

Drop your email in the form in the article, and they’ll be send right to your inbox…along with some other free resources to help!

Karien van Niekerk

I am interested in the number flashcards

Regards

Karien van Niekerk

Meg

You can get them for free by dropping your email address in the form that’s in the post. Enjoy!

Kemantha

How can I download the flashcards?

Meg

Drop your email in the form in the article, and they’ll be send right to your inbox…along with some other free resources to help!

Constance

I would like the number flashcards

Cassie

My Kiddos and I love these flash cards! He is really interested in the numbers 10 – 20, is there any chance you would be willing to make another set with these numbers. I could not even try to start this on my own, let alone look as good! Thanks for all the wonderful resources!

angela

number cards please

khuson pathom

These cards are perfect for teaching the recognition of number spelled out.

Meg

Glad you like them!

Cecilia Moreno

I also have not gotten an email and the number cards will not open for me!!

Cristina

I subscribed but haven’t received my freebie. I love this cards would be so useful for my kids

Meg

Cristina, I’ll email you directly and get this sorted out!

Dede

Hi Meg,

Same here, I subscribed but did not receive the free printable either. Any chance you could email it directly to me as well? Thanks so much for creating these printable. They are much appreciated.

Meg

I just emailed you. 🙂

andrea

Hi, I’ve had the same issue, I didn’t receive the email, although when using the alphabet flashcards, that worked just fine 🙂

Mindy Glazier

I don’t see a link anywhere?

Meg

Just fill out the form in the post above, and the cards will come right to your email inbox. Enjoy!

Elly

I can’t wait to try them. They look amazing.

Lynn Cersosimo

Would love to have a your number and shape flashcards ! Could you please email them to me.

Meg

Did you drop your email in the box? They should come to your inbox! If you have problems, reach out to me and I’ll make sure you get them!

Evelyne

Great resource for children

Katelyn Good

I’d love the printable number flash cards 😁

Alyssa

Thank you!

Hasna

i liked them. tackling different skills

Tayyaba Naeem

Very helpful

Stephanie

I’m having the same issue others have had with not receiving the email. I would like the alphabet and number cards please 😁

Meg

I’ve sent them to you directly! I hope that helps!

K

Same issue – input my email but am not receiving the file.

Meg

I’ve emailed you directly as well.

Sonakhanm

Thank you very much

Shequeita

Hello I would like the numbers and letter flash cards

Meg

Hi Shequeita, if you fill out the box within the post, the flash cards will be sent directly to your email inbox! Thanks!

Adamari

These will be super helpful, thank you!

Joseline Ruiz

Amazing Number cards!!

Myisha

Hi this is so helpful, I can’t find the link to print, could you email me please.

It would be great if you have alphabet, numbers, colours, animal and shapes too!

Meg

Hi Myisha, to print the number cards, just fill out the subscribe box in the post and they’ll be sent directly to your email inbox!

Danielle Krause

I don’t see the subscribe box anywhere. I would love to print these number flashcards.

Megan

The subscribe box is right above the “How to make your free printable flash cards” heading. Hope that helps!

Suzanne

Hi, I would love a direct email with the number download as well. It hasn’t seemed to arrive in my email box or my spam folder. Thanks!

Megan Harr

Suzanne, I emailed you directly to make sure you get the cards!

Ng Sin Nger

Nice flashcard

Korapin

Great source Thanks

Briana

Thank you for the number flash cards!

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