My kids LOVE clip cards. Do yours? Or maybe you’ve never heard of clip cards before? (How can that be??)
What’s A Clip Card?
If you’ve never used clip cards in with your kids, you are in for a treat! First, they are super simple to print and play. Unlike many printable games that require far more time to put together than to play, these take just a minute or two in set-up time and kids love to do them over and over.
To use these cards:
- Print them (Try high quality – Little Learning Lovies printables are designed to look fantastic! Kids learn better and are more engaged with high-quality printables, so do give that a try.)
- Laminate them (optional)
- Cut them apart (two cuts per page!)
- Hand them to your child with some paper clips or clothes pins
- Your child will ‘clip’ the small picture that is exactly the same as the big picture!
NOTE: You can make these self-checking by putting a very light pencil dot on the back of the right answer before you laminate.
Download These Free FROGTASTIC Clip Cards NOW!
The free cards we’re sharing with you today are exclusive to Homeschool Giveaways! You won’t find them anywhere else, although you CAN find a penguin themed set over at Little Learning Lovies!
Just click the link below:
Do you like these? Get MORE FREE clip cards below:
Free Penguin Matching Clip Cards at Little Learning Lovies
COMING SOON: Free “Little Stinkers” Matching Clip Cards by Little Learning Lovies at The Multi-Taskin’ Mom
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
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