For beginners, number flashcards are great tools for recognizing the numbers they’ve learned from counting.
From A to Z, here is a set of free printable capital alphabet letters for kids – ideal for spaced repetition and memory retrieval.
This comparatives adjectives story is about brother rivalry. It’s a reading activity about two boys that love to compete with each other.
Roll the dice. For each square that you land on, say the number on the square. Finally, take turns with your partner until you reach the end of the board game.
In pairs, students ask each other the list of questions in the sheet. After answering all the questions, everyone can find out their perfect job by counting how many “YES” answers.
In this job title definitions activity, students get familiar with the various types of jobs by matching the job title with the definitions.
Connect the dots can help them learn numbers by connecting lines for each consecutive number. In this connect the dots activity sheets, they start at 1 and finish at 52.