Number Fluency Math Printable
Number recognition is an important skill that we spend a lot of time teaching our kids during their early years. There are so many different ways you can practice number recognition and playful ways to teach numbers to your kids. This free printable number fluency math printable game is a great way to give your kids number fluency practice in a fun, quick, and no prep way. Also check out our similar game for letter practice!
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WHY NUMBER FLUENCY AND NUMBER RECOGNITION?
Practicing number fluency and number sense is important to help them learn and understand complex problems as they move through each grade level.
Number Fluency Printable
WAYS TO PLAY
Let your kids roll a number cube of your choice. Then have them locate the row that corresponds on the game board.
Have them read the row that corresponds with the number on the dice.
You can decide whether you want to have your children focus on naming the number or counting. You can switch it up based on the current skill you’d like your kids to focus on.
EXTENDED LEARNING ACTIVITIES
You can easily let your kids play the game longer if you want them to get more fluency practice. Here are a few ways to play!
- Use a sand timer and have kids play until the timer runs out.
- Use counters to track how many times a child finishes a specific row. Place the counters out in rows next to the completed row. Challenge kids to play until there are three counters beside each row.
GET THE NUMBER FLUENCY PRINTABLE
The free printable includes five game board variations that focus on different sets of numbers so that you can easily differentiate for your little learners.
There are game boards for:
- Numbers 0-5
- Numbers 6-10
- Numbers 0-10
- Numbers 11-20
- Numbers 0-20
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Roll and Color Math Games BUNDLE
Each sets includes:
- Up to 9 Game Cube Variations
- Up to 16 Game Mats with Individual Instructions
Different game mats focus on the following skills:
- Color Matching
- Shape Matching
- Matching Sets to Numbers (0-5)
- Matching Sets to Numbers (5-10)
- Matching Numbers (0-5)
- Matching Numbers (6-10)
- One More (0-5)
- One More (5-10)
- One Less (5-10)
- Addition Facts (0-5)
- Doubles Facts (0-5)
- Doubles Facts (5-10)
- Writing Doubles Facts (0-10)
- Color Words
- Number Words (0-5)
- Number Words (5-10)
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