There are some super illustrations on these animal number peg cards, including sharks, flamingos and jelly fish! Can the children practise their counting skills up to 20 and '"peg" the correct number of animals on each card?
Peg cards are a fun addition to your Early Learning resources, and we are building up a really useful collection here at Activity Village. Laminate the cards and you will be able to use them again and again. If you always have some out, children can work on them independently. They will even be strengthening their hands and dexterity while they are clipping the pegs into the correct place.
Tip: Before laminating, turn the cards over and put a smiley sticker, or some other mark, on the correct placement for the peg. That way the cards become self-checking. Just make sure that the kids place their peg before turning the cards over!
We've got peg cards for counting and learning numbers, for number words, for beginning letter sounds and for matching upper and lower case letters. More coming soon!
Give the kids a collection of pegs and ask them to count the number of autumn objects on each card, then "clip" the correct number. A fun way to practise counting skills! There are 20 peg cards in this set.
Print and cut out these colourful autumn number words peg cards (laminate if you want to reuse them), then ask the children to count how many pictures are on each card. Using a peg, they need to 'clip' the correct number at the bottom of the card.
All you need is some clothes pegs and printer card to have lots of fun with these lovely bird peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate if you want to make them more durable) and then ask the kids to count the birds and "clip" the correct number.
The aim of this lovely learning activity is to match each capital letter with the correct lowercase letter at the bottom of each card. The children will need a peg to '"clip" their answer.
There are 4 pages of Christmas themed peg cards in this set, helping children practise their adding to 20. Mark the correct position on the back of the card with a sticker or star if you like.
Look at the pictures, say the words out loud and peg the letter that matches the beginning sound. These Christmas peg cards are fun extra phonics practise for children.
Count the Christmas pictures and use a clothes peg to peg the correct number, up to 20. There are 5 pages in this pdf file, so 20 peg cards to cut out in total.
Count the little Christmas pictures and match them to the correct number word. These Christmas peg cards are fun extra practise for the Early Learning classroom.
Here's a fun way to practise simple addition skills with a Christmas stocking theme! Print and cut out the peg cards, the ask the children to do the sum and peg the answer. There are 5 pages with 20 cards in total, and you can choose between colour or black and white.
Help children become familiar with the dot patterns on dice with this subitising peg card activity. The aim is for children to begin to recognise the patterns quickly rather than have to count each dot - something that adults take for granted but that children have to learn over time.
Count the pretty Easter eggs and peg the correct number! This is an excellent activity for counting practice, subitising practice, and even for strengthening children's hand muscles and dexterity. And who can resist the Easter eggs!
For these pretty peg cards, children should count the eggs in each nest and peg the correct number. Perfect for some spring or Easter counting practice.
These fun peg cards ask children to count the fingers from 1 to 5, and peg the correct number. They are good for subitising practice as well as number recognition.
These colourful Halloween peg cards are a different way to practise adding to 10 and are perfect for the classroom or at home. The children need to work out the sum then peg the correct number on the card. Laminate the cards if you want to reuse them.
Here's a fun way to practise adding to 20 with a spooky Halloween twist. Print and cut out these Halloween Addition peg cards, then ask the kids to try the sums and "clip" the correct number at the bottom of each card.
Children say the name of the picture and listen carefully for the beginning sound - then clip a clothes peg to the correct letter. These Halloween peg cards are such a fun way to practise!
Grab some clothes pegs and printer card and have fun with these Halloween number peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate for repeat use) and then ask the kids to count the objects and "clip" the correct number.
Count to 10 with these fun pancake peg cards. How many pancakes are in each stack? Attach a clothes peg to the correct number. To make the cards self-checking, you an put a checkmark or a small sticker on the back of the card in the correct position.