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Number Tiles and Games

FREE Printables: Number Tiles and Games from In Our Pond
After making my letter tiles and some games to go with them, I thought that number tiles and games would be a good things to make as well.  I made these tiles to be the same size at the others (one inch square).  I included as many number-value concepts as I could easily fit on a small square.  I made my tiles so that one side was the numbers and one side was the number concept (word, clock, 10-frame, or domino).  Putting them back to back provides a "control of error."  I have included a colored set and a black-and-white set.

FREE Printables: Number Tiles and Games from In Our Pond



The tiles can be used by themselves, for math problems, or in these "number hunt" game boards that I created.  The numbers can get tossed in a bowl or sack and the players can take turns pulling out one number at a time.  If they find a match, they can keep the tile.  If they already have that number on their board, then they should put the tile back and "lose a turn."  The first person to fill up their board is the winner.

FREE Printables: Number Tiles and Games from In Our Pond



The games could also be done individually, with one set of tiles instead of all four.  I have created black and white versions for classroom settings and color versions for small groups or homeschool letters.



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