Wizard Of Oz Inspired Printable Clip Counting Cards 1 -12

Wizard Of Oz Inspired Printable Clip Counting Cards 1 -12

One of our favorite all times story collections is The Wizard Of Oz by Frank L. Baum. The books are a fun trip into a magical world where anything could happen. Oz is a place that I used to dream of visiting as a child. Where scarecrows, tinmen, and lions become friends with young girls and go adventures of magical proportions as they battle witches, flying monkeys, and other creatures.  The books are all in public domain now and you can actually read them online.

If you are curious about what happened to her shoes…they were actually silver in the original book. I know most of us think of the ruby red slippers but they are only ruby red in the movie which is not in public domain as the book are. That is my interesting fact share of the day. 🙂

Instruction for us:

Print and laminate if you choose (or use clear contact paper)
Cut out the boxes
Use markers, clothes pins, Bingo chips, or any form of marking the correct number on the card.

If you do choose to laminate, they can use dry erase markers and re use them for a larger classroom.

For more info on clip counting cards and uses for them click here.

More Fun:

Find all kinds of different themes such as Super Heroes, Shapes, and other seasonal themes cards here for more counting fun

Printable Wizard of Oz Inspired Clip Counting Cards

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