DLTK's Educational Activities
- These stamps are a lot easier for children
to cut out than templates with just the numbers themselves.
- Click here for our ALPHABET STAMPS in lower and upper case.
IDEAS FOR USE:
- OPTION 1: You can glue these onto heavier paper (old cereal boxes or cardstock work well) or you can laminate them (cover with clear
contact paper from the office supply store) to make them last forever.
- Shuffle up the "deck" of numbers and let the kids arrange them in numerical order.
- Use the stamps for math practice (you may need to print more than one of some of the templates). Have the children practice
arranging the numbers with the +, - and = signs to solve different problems.
- OPTION 2: Do the same as above, but purchase magnetic backings at the craft store (I always get the long rolls of them and cut them
myself... I find it's cheaper in the long run). Use these backings to make homemade refrigerator magnets.
- OPTION 3: Do the same as above, but glue a small piece of sand paper on the back and use the images on the felt board
- OPTION 4: Simply glue the images to a piece of paper (no cardboard backing or contact paper needed). Do the same exercises as
above (alphabetical order and spelling practice)
- Close the template window after printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).
Template 1 (0 thru 5)
Template 2 (6 thru 11)
Template 3 (12 thru 17)
Template 4 (18 thru 20, +, -, =)
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