Item description for Numbers 1-30 Write & Wipe Flash Cards (Kumon Flash Cards) by Shinobu Akaishi, Eno Sarris, Jakob Wisse, Atina Grossmann, Michael Z. Williamson & Gunnar Myrdal...
Overview These extra large and thick write & wipe flash cards allow children to count abstract objects (dots) and identify them with a numeral. Using a dry-erase marker and following the strokes in order as they are outlined on the card, children will learn not only how to count, but also how to write the numbers 1-30. Contains 32 hard plastic cards and a dry erase pen.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 7.25" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2006
Publisher Kumon Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
Series Kumon Flash Cards
ISBN 193324108X ISBN13 9781933241081
Availability 7 units. Availability accurate as of May 29, 2017 05:25.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Numbers 1-30 Write & Wipe Flash Cards (Kumon Flash Cards)?
Excellent Tool in Teaching How to Read and Write Numbers Apr 23, 2008
My 5 year old daughter can recite her numbers up to 100 but she has difficulty in reading and writing her numbers after 10. We received these cards yesterday and did them last night. She loved it. She said it was the "best game" and looks forward to playing it again tonight (instead of her Nintendo DS)! I wish they had these cards for higher numbers (50-100). We'll probably just have to make our own.
Great Product! Jan 15, 2008
My 4 yr old twins love these! They really enjoy writing the numbers on their own and "erasing" them with the cool marker eraser.