This set of 4 pages could be used for cut and stick activities - but also can be joined together to form a display showing towers from 1 to 20 and then back from 20 to 1. Some overlapping and sticking required!
Using snap cubes, Duplo and Lego bricks, wooden bricks or other "counting cubes" when learning early maths can really help children to grasp concepts quickly. Manipulating the real thing makes the maths more real too. However, for times when you don't have the real thing to hand - or for when you want a cut and stick activity, perhaps to make a poster for the wall or for maths notebooks, our counting cubes printables might come in handy. We have two sizes of "flat" cube and some 3d cubes to print too. We've also provided the flat cubes as individual cubes as well as stacks of 10.
Here is a printable featuring stacks of "3d" counting cubes from 1 to 10, as well as 10 individual cubes. You could use them in displays or print onto card and cut out for children to arrange, compare and order.
This is a ten page file with ten different colours of large counting cubes - perfect for when you need something for cutting and sticking into maths notebooks. They might also be useful when you want to do a "hands-on" activity but don't have any maths manipulatives to hand.
This set of printable counting cubes includes 10 of each colour, including a "top" cube. We've spaced them so that you can cut them out as quickly as possible.
When you need a manipulative but don't have any to hand, these "paper" versions might be useful - and they are also great for cutting and pasting onto home-made posters and displays.