We’ve officially learned our numbers 0-10 now so I wanted to make number match puzzles to add to our center rotation. I used candy pieces which can easily be used throughout the year, or you can mix it up and use it during Halloween and they can pretend they are trick-or-treating. Each puzzle has a number on one puzzle piece and the other puzzle piece is the matching number of pieces of candy.
The game is very easy to play. You can use this as a center or a quiet early finisher game. Simply print them on card stock, cut them out, and laminate them for durability. They would fit perfectly inside a 4 X6 photo box for easy storage as well.
This activity goes well with
The student will choose a number and find the matching number of candy pieces. The number zero has a picture of an empty candy jar. If your student is in the beginning stages of learning her number, limit the selections to less than 5 numbers at a time and increase as their knowledge increases.