Clothespin Clip Cards – February


Are you looking for an engaging way for your students to practice math and literacy skills while also building strength in finger muscles?

This February Edition of clothespin clip cards is designed with Kindergarten students in mind but could work for other students depending on their needs!

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This pack is filled with a variety of skill-based clip cards with themes perfect for February!

Students will “clip” the right answer on each card. (208 cards included!)

The following clip cards/skills are included in this pack:

  • Clip the blend that matches the beginning blend of the picture shown (st, sw, sp, sn, sk, sc).
  • Clip the ending digraph for the picture shown.
  • Read the CVC word and clip the matching picture (all 5 short vowels included).
  • Clip the matching sight word. Whisper read the sight word! (editable version included in a separate file in the download)
  • Clip which symbol should go in the heart to show how the two numbers compare (<, > or = for numbers to 20).
  • Clip which number should go on the tooth to make a sum of 10.
  • Fill in the missing number on the candy heart to complete the number bond (number bonds to 10).
  • Solve the subtraction equation and clip the answer (subtraction within 10) -provide a number line or use manipulatives as needed.

Black and White Copies are included (an additional 208 cards!) at the end of the file for an ink-saving option.

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***This pack will download as a zip file to your computer with the pdfs inside. Please be sure you are able to unzip folders so that you are all set to use your resources!

What educators are saying:

I enjoy when my students can change up their routine by using a clothespin to answer questions rather than other more traditional methods! Thanks so much!
Stephanie K.

Wonderful resource to help build independent work skills in my littles. Thank you!
— Melanie S.

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