Let’s learn to add and have fun with this free addition cards from Mom Nessly Printable!
Adding numbers can be a fun activity for kids with the right approach to teaching. It can be through simple finger counting, games, songs and many more! But to really know if your little learner grasp the concept and knows how to apply it, you have to give worksheets or cards to check.
That’s why I created this set of ADDITION CARDS. A tool for practice to gauge your student’s ability to add numbers. Straight and simple. Great for checking their progress!
Here’s a look of the free Addition Cards you can download later.
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More sample of the free Addition Cards
Please note that in every lesson you plan to teach your student, right introduction, good exposure, practice and consistency are keys for them to learn. The more you involve them, the better they learn and retain information.
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I have a set of Free Flashcards, too! Download them for free.
FREE ALPHABET FLASHCARDS
FREE DINOSAUR ALPHABET FLASHCARDS
FREE NUMBERS 1-20 FLASHCARDS
FREE SHAPES FLASHCARDS
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FREE MONTHS OF THE YEAR FLASHCARDS
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Download of these printable allows you for a single classroom or household use only. You may not sell, share, redistribute any part of it (electronically or hard copy).
Don’t fret if your kid can’t finish the ADDITION CARDS yet because it depends on their interest and pace of learning. What’s important is that they are exposed to the activity and had an idea on what to expect in school or in a learning session.
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