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Numbers 1-100 Flash Cards Cards – November 14, 2014
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Top Customer Reviews
1) The cards have 1-50 printed on one side and 51-100 printed on the reverse sides.
bonus cards :
1) cards with odd numbers like 1,3, 5 etc
2) cards with even numbers like 2,4,6 etc
3) cards with count by twos like 2,4 etc
4) cards with count by fives like 5, 10 etc
5) cards with count by Tens like 10,20 etc.
In cards with count by 2s , 5s , 10s the numbers from 1-100 are printed in each and the relevant numbers are made bold, like in count by twos numbers 2,4,6 etc are marked in bold.
There is a Game card where the card game rules are explained.
The Parent card explains how a parent should deal with the flash cards to tach the child numbers from 1-100.
Within 2 days my baby learnt counting numbers from 1-100. We have kept the bonus cards for later use.
We just got what we were searching for teaching our child learn numbers from 1-100 and we love the flash cards.
Our only concern is that if the numbers 1-100 were printed separately on each individual cards it would have been better and easier as we did not have to turn the cards of 1-50 to teach the child the rest half numbers from 51-100. But looking at the price of the flash cards we have no complaints.
Very smart way to teach a toddler 1-100.
My main reason for getting this pack was to help my son remember his numbers up to 100. It's easy for him to count to 31 because he has seen those numbers on the calendars around our house, but we don't use the bigger numbers very often. I thought if he learned to count up to 100, it would make it easier for him to count change, when learning about money.
I love the School Zone flashcards. We also have Picture Words Flash Cards and Beginning Sight Words Flash Cards. The flash cards are usually part of Amazon's 4-for-3 promotional sale.