# Large Number Cards 1 20

Updated: Nov 10, 2022

Need big number cards from 1 to 20 for a group activity. Small cards hard for everyone to see. These cards help in learning numbers, playing games, or organizing activities. Finding right size, clear to read, important for activity's success.

We make large printable number cards from 1 to 20 for easy learning and fun games. These cards are designed with clear, bold numbers and playful graphics to grab attention. Great for teaching numbers, playing matching games, or even as classroom decoration. Helps kids learn and remember numbers effectively.

Large Printable Number Cards 1 20

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## What are Two-Digit Number Activities?

After introducing two-digit numbers in the easiest way above, continue to do other numerical learning practices. So, there are four activities that children can do to understand these two-digit numbers.

The first way is to use number lines. So, ask the children to make a horizontal line on the paper or floor. Then, give the sum of the two-digit numbers. An example is the number 20 + 40 = 60.

So, the number 20 must be written on the number line. After that, make four jumps with a value of 10. The end result is 60 according to the results we have written above. The value 10 represents the number 40.

The second way is to use 10 blocks. So, download and print a two-digit addition template. An example is 27 + 52 = 79. Now, the children need to draw some blocks of the two types of two-digit numbers.

So, under the number 27 must be drawn 20 blocks and 7 lines. Meanwhile, under the number 52, 50 blocks and 2 lines are drawn. Then, all the blocks are added up and all the lines are also added up. The result is 79.

The third way is to use the break-apart method. This method has the concept of splitting two-digit numbers into tens and ones' forms. We give another example so you understand it.

For example, you ask the children to add up the numbers 65 and 41. So, the number 65 is written as 60 + 5 and the number 41 is written as 40 + 1. Then, all the tens digits are added up so 60 + 40 = 100. Then, all the numbers of the units are also added up so 5 + 1 = 6. Next, 100 + 6 + 106. How? Very easy, right?

The last way that is used as one of the two-digit number activities for children is to use the "vs." What's that? So, the tens digit must be added to the tens digit and the one's digit to the units digit. So, this is almost the same as the third method above. The difference is in the use of arrows to connect tens with tens and units with units.

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