Penguin Write and Wipe Numbers

These cute penguin write and wipe number cards are the perfect way to practice writing and sequencing numbers!

Snag your set below and then hop over and grab the jam-packed Winter Activity Pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers – it’s bursting with playful and hands-on math and literacy centers your kids will LOVE.

Getting Ready

Prep for these write and wipe numbers cards was super simple!  I printed all the number cards on cardstock for extra durability.  Then, I slid the cards through the laminator so that I could have students write on them with a dry erase marker.

After laminating, I quickly cut them up and we were ready to go!

Write and Wipe Numbers

To start, students pulled one write and wipe number card out of the pile.  They placed the card in front of them and pointed and said each number out loud.

For example, one student said, “0, blank, 2.”

Using his number knowledge, he was able to determine that the missing number was 1 and wrote it in the correct space on his card with the black dry erase marker.

After checking his counting, he moved on to the next write and wipe number card.

Differentiation with Write and Wipe Numbers

Some students in your class might be ready for an extra challenge.  If so, have them do the activity in order instead of choosing random cards.  Or rather, have them put the write and wipe number cards in order once they’re finished.

All numbers from 0-20 are included in this write and wipe number activity, so it was perfect for number review at math centers this winter!

 

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Hi, I’m Malia.

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