"And by word Prepaid card I mean the mobile SIM only which will carry the prepaid balance."
Just to be clear, when people speak of a "prepaid calling card," they are usually talking about a credit-card size card which costs €5, €10, or €20. It gives you a toll-free access number and a code. Using a land line (a pay phone or a hotel room phone, for instance), you dial the number, enter the code, and make your call. The cost of the call is cheap (maybe €0.05 per minute, plus a set up charge of €0.50 per call). When the value on the card is used up, you throw it away.
That's the kind of card Tim (and I) thought you were asking about. These still exist, but almost always only work in the country they are purchased in (there are exceptions).
If you mean a "prepaid SIM card," that's quite different. From now on, you should use the term SIM card or SIM, so you get what you want (if you go to a store asking for a "prepaid phone card," you'll probably get what I described above instead of what you want).
A SIM from any of the countries you listed will work in all the others, but at higher tariffs. And when you use a SIM card in its home country, receiving calls is free; in other countries, it's not. Within the EU, roaming charges are capped, so they can't go too high. Outside the EU, roaming charges can be huge (no regulations). However, since all of your countries are now in the EU, this would only be a problem if you took a day trip elsewhere (say to Bosnia-Herzegovina).
Some other issues to be aware of:
When you change SIM cards, you change phone numbers. Your daughter would need to learn your new phone number each time (you can text it to her cheaply, or e-mail it), and would need to be sure to dial it correctly to get through.
It can be very hard to refill a SIM outside its home country (in the country it's easy). In theory, most SIM operators have websites and you can refill with a credit card. In practice, the sites don't always work, only work with certain cards, etc.
So, what you can do is buy a cheap SIM in your first country. When it runs out of credit, just buy a new one in the country you're now in, and let your daughter know the new number.
One way around some of these issues (but creating other problems), is to use an "International SIM" such as TravelSim or MaxRoam. This way you have one number that doesn't change, and you can refill from anywhere. You can also save it for future trips. The costs per minute are higher, however. And the costs for data are very high (you didn't mention data, but with a local SIM it's much cheaper).
For more information, a great source is the forums on Prepaid GSM. However, they can get very technical - don't be afraid to ask for clarification: http://www.prepaidgsm.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=22
Here is their list of international SIM cards: http://www.prepaidgsm.net/en/international.php
One that isn't on that list is KnowRoaming, which is a sticker you put on your current SIM (requires an unlocked phone). A friend of mine is using this and is pleased, and it has pretty good rates: https://www.knowroaming.com/
And here's the lists of each country's providers and plans (start by learning about the first country you're going to): http://www.prepaidgsm.net/en/operators.php