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Over the past couple of months, task cards have become a big part of our kindergarten homeschool.
They’re such an easy way to work on everything from the letters of the alphabet to numbers and it doesn’t hurt that they’re a ton of fun as well.
In the past, we’ve used things like popsicle sticks and geoboards to build with, but today, we’re moving onto one of our all-time favorite manipulatives… Snap Cubes!
My kids could honestly spend all day building with different colored Snap Cubes, so when I was creating our next set of task cards, I knew that I wanted to incorporate them.
Hopefully, your little learners enjoy these Snap Cube number task cards just as much as mine have!
Counting, number recognition, fine motor skills…
You’ll work on all of those things and more with this simple set of task cards!
Number Snap Cube Task Cards
Included in this set of task cards, you’ll find a card for each number 0-20, so you’ll have plenty of numbers to keep your little builders busy for a bit!
Just print them off (each card is a full half-page), cut them out, and run them through your laminator.
Laminating, while obviously not required, does make these cards more durable and allows you to reuse them over and over again with a dry erase marker.
When they’re ready to be used, simply set them out with a set of Snap Cubes and let your child build!
They can follow along with the colors on each of the numbers if they’d like or they can choose their own for each of the numbers, either way is fine.
When their numbers are built, give them a dry erase marker or two and have them count how many cubes it took to build each number and write their answer in the space provided on the bottom of the card.
Once they’ve mastered these in the math center, grab the Snap Cube alphabet task cards for the literacy center!