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Printable Flashcards – Math Dots

$3.98

  • Suitable for babies to 6 years old
  • Downloadable printable PDF files
  • Dot cards 0 to 100 and 11 equation signs for a huge variety of possible equations
  • No short cut: dots have been randomly arranged from scratch to ensure that patterns on consecutive cards are unique
  • Accurate: each card double-checked to ensure correct number of dots
  • Lesson plan ideas: flash the cards in various interesting ways over many months
  • Game ideas: play games after flash card sessions for a fun time with your child
  • Flexibility to print directly onto card stock or print and stick
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Description

  • Wish to set the foundation of learning math in an easy way?
  • Hope to save money buying hardcopy dot cards?
  • Too busy to create and double-check your own red dot cards?
  • Not sure if the free printables online have the correct number of dots?

What’s here for you

Here’s Owlissimo’s Random Red Dot Printable Flash Cards designed with you in mind:

  • Dot cards 0 to 100 and 11 equation signs for a huge variety of possible equations
  • No short cut: dots have been randomly arranged from scratch to ensure that patterns on consecutive cards are unique
  • Accurate: each card double-checked to ensure correct number of dots
  • Lesson plan ideas: flash the cards in various interesting ways over many months
  • Game ideas: play games after flash card sessions for a fun time with your child
  • Flexibility to print directly onto card stock or print and stick

I’ve been flashing dot cards to Vee in various ways since he was a baby and he still enjoys watching them. At 5, he’s able to image dots in his mind and do mental math. Imaging dots allow him to pick up math concepts easily too.

“Mummy, I love the flash cards you make!” – 5-year old Vee

Free Bonus

You’ll also receive Pattern Dot Printable Flash Cards (0 to 100) for free…

Owlissimo pattern dot flash cards

With all the above included, the printable is at only S$3.98!

 

To order, just click the “Add to cart” button now.

P.S. This is amongst the easiest and most economical ways to introduce math to babies as young as 2 months old.

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