Thursday, April 11, 2013

Roman Numerals

We are studying Rome in history right now, so I thought that it would be a perfect time to study Roman Numerals. My daughter saw a clock the other day that had Roman Numerals rather than numbers and I realized that many people might overlook this skill! 

This packet has 3 game sets with 12 matches each. They are all black and white (your printer says, "YAY!"). I did include a colored page of graphics to print on the opposite side. This helps to keep the sets organized but it also helps to disguise the cards. I don't always print my stuff on cardstock, so it helps to have something on the other side of the card.

This set sells for only $1.50.

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This week is turning into a week of First 5 Freebies! 


  1. I love learning about the Roman Numerals! It will be a nice addition!

  2. My son is just learning about Roman Numerals. I would to have this.

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  3. We enjoy all kinds of fun math materials. This would be a great addition to our collection. Thanks!

  4. These are always a hard concept to understand. These would be great.

  5. would love to have this. I need to be teaching this to kiddos this year..

  6. This would be useful for my kid to learn roman numerals. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Where did you get your multicolored magazine boxes?