Inspired by Ada’s Ideas, the picture book biography of Ada Lovelace, the world’s first computer programmer, our printable Number Punch Cards will be a resource for all kinds of FREE STEM activities. Use them to support your preschooler’s number recognition, one-to-one correspondence and number formation skills.
Download and print your FREE set of Number Punch Cards. The cards come on a single page, featuring the numbers 1 through 9. Each number includes as many holes to punch as the number (one hole for 1, two holes for 2, etc.) Print them on cardstock for extra durability. Cut down to individual cards to use as an number recognition resource with your preschooler!
Fine Motor Skill Challenge
Once cut into individual letter cards, encourage your child to use a hole punch to punch out the dots on each letter. Hole punches are awesome for improving your child’s hand strength, while also helping them practice holding and turning the paper just as they would while using scissors.
Use the punched letter cards as templates to work on letter formation. Place a letter card on a piece of paper, and make a dot where each hole was punched. Remove the letter card, and connect the dots to encourage your child’s letter formation skills.
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