KidsPrintables. November 2nd, 2014

Number Matching Free Printable (Cut and Paste)

Kids love to learn anything that involves skills. If not very creative, to them even the sound of scissors and glue creates excitement. So, instead of giving my son a paper to write and color in! I made this number matching free printable. It keeps the kids interested through colorful numbers, cut and paste, tracing the numbers and coloring in the stars. After they have put the numbers and stars in a sequence.


They learn:


1) Number matching


2) Number sequence


3) And amount associated with each number.


Number Matching


Free printable number matching


My little guy loves doing cut and paste. Every weekend I give him a new activity that keeps him busy.


Free Printable Number Matching


free numbers matching printable for kids


To download this kids activity for free, simply click on the link below:

Number matching printable


Print size 8×10

(for personal use only)


guide boxes cut and paste


You can also print these guide boxes to help kids locate where to paste the numbers.

Guide boxes


Print size 8×10

(for personal use only)


I hope your kids will enjoy learning with this number matching cut and paste activity.



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  1. Love this and the Winter Things printable (I think that’s the name). I would print these out on 8-1/2″ x 11″ white card stock (with an ultrasmooth finish – makes it thinner and it goes through printers easier as well as holds the ink) then punch them out with a square punch. I’d probably paste them to a larger square and use a different colored card stock for each set. Great matching games!

    1. Great idea Mary! (Y)

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