Looking for some **free Number Cards** to help your child learn about ways to make numbers? These number cards are colorful and can serve SO many purposes!

You may have seen or even used our number puzzles or gumball math mats with your child or students. Thanks to a newsletter subscriber’s idea, I combined those math concepts with the format of my free phonics cards to create some free number cards.

****This is a subscriber freebie! If you are already a subscriber, you have received a newsletter with the NEW password included for the password protected page.**

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### 50+ FREE Number Cards

In this pack are 3 levels of number learning!

**Level 1** includes number cards 1-20, perfect for young children. I printed my cards on cardstock, laminated them, then hole punched the top left corner. I created a little flip book for my 4 year old. She likes to flip through it and count the objects on each page, as they equal the number featured on the top.

**Level 2** also includes numbers 1-20, but it features four different ways the number can be made. This includes the number word, dice patterns, tally marks, base ten blocks, objects equaling the number, and counting fingers.

**Level 3** has numbers 10 through 100, counting by 10’s. These cards feature number words, base ten blocks, money, and addition facts.

### Ways to Use the Number Cards

- Make a flip book, as mentioned above and let your child have or place at a math center.
- Put on the wall near a math center.

- Playdough mats.
- You can always create your own ways to use these! If you do, I’d love to hear from you!!

Now, we have an alphabet flip book {from 60+ Phonics Cards} and a number flip book! Oh, boy!

If you have/teach older students, you may prefer to download the next set of Phonics Cards, which feature more difficult phonics patterns.

****Reminder: This is a subscriber freebie! If you are already a subscriber, you have received a newsletter with the NEW password included for the password protected page.**

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Enjoy!

~Becky

Janelle says

Becky

Where is the link to download the number cards

thisreadingmama says

On this private page https://thisreadingmama.com/reading-mama-subscriber-freebies/, which is password protected. If you are a newsletter subscriber, the password is in your most current newsletter. If you’re not, subscribing is easy and you will get the password there. Hope that helps! 🙂

Melissa says

I am also interested in the free number cards and I get your newsletters and emails but I do not see a password to downlaod them! Help. 😉

thisreadingmama says

The password is always on the very bottom of your newsletter. 🙂

wosm says

I still can’t get.. Can someone please help me?

thisreadingmama says

Have you subscribed? I don’t see you listed in my subscribers.

Lidi says

This is just so amazing! Thanks for sharing…

thisreadingmama says

You are very welcome!

Andrea May says

Oh my goodness I just love these!!! Thanks! Do you have any shape posters?

thisreadingmama says

I do not, but that’s a fantastic idea!

Meagan says

This is just too great. I am starting to home-school my daughter in September and I am printing everything I can find. These are amazing. Thank you sooooo much. The pictures with each letter will definitely help and I have not seen that anywhere else!!

Glenda Griggs says

I subscribed but have not received a newsletter in order to download this, how would I go about downloading?

thisreadingmama says

The email service shows that all the emails and newsletters I’ve sent since you subscribed are getting to you. Have you checked your spam?

Betty Nations says

Just want to let you know how much I appreciate your materials. They are of the greatest quality and you share so much of your material free! I am a retired educator and I will volunteer this school year with

“at risk” readers. Your illustrations are so appealing, I know they will grab the attention of these kids and will be a great help in their learning process.Thank you again for your generosity in sharing these quality teaching materials

thisreadingmama says

Well, you are so very welcome! I am thankful you’re able to use my things. 🙂

Maryanne Dillon says

Your materials look wonderful.. I have subscribed a three times on different days and do not receive an email with password. Have checked my spam and no email. Any suggestions?

thisreadingmama says

I have checked within my email service and it shows that everything is being sent to you. Have you seen any newsletters at all?

Michelle Bays says

Hi Becky. I have tried to subscribe but I am not receiving the email with the password. Can you help?

thisreadingmama says

Were you able to get it from the bottom of the newsletter?

Jia says

Hi Becky, I subscribed months ago. Now I can not find the news letter with password. Can you help me? I want to download the number card. Tons of thanks!

thisreadingmama says

Hi there. I see that you subscribed, but the problem could be hotmail. They have a very strong spam filter, so chances are hotmail is blocking my emails. Do you have a different email account, like yahoo or gmail you could use?

Jia says

Ok I c, I will try another email address. Thanks a lot for reply.

THERESA says

your resources are very useful. Thank you so much. I am finding out more literacy and numeracy for grade 2 to grade 8