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| Grades K-2
Learn to subitize with Five/Ten/Double Ten-Frame Cards !. Help students learn subitizing and understand the crucial concept of making 5, 10, and 20.Cards measure 8 1/2” x 4 1/4”.
Easy, no-prep center is perfect for quick additions to your lesson plans!. No prep necessary! These ready-to-go learning centers come with everything you need all in one box. Simply open the box, take out the necessary materials and flip to an activity! There are 10 activities in each box. The activity cards are double sided to allow students to see the instructions no matter where they are seated around the table. Game-like activities are easy for students to follow independently or in small groups up to 4. Box measures 10-1/2” x 8” x 2-3/4” and has a convenient magnetic closure.
Easy to use — simply pop open the easel box, flip to the day’s activity, pull out the required materials, and start learning
Same activity is shown on both sides so everyone at the table can easily see!
Everything stores neatly in the box
WHAT TO TEACH
Developing number sense
Composing and decomposing numbers
Adding and subtracting
Pop-Up Easel Box
4 Ten-Frame Double-sided Write ‘N’ Wipe Boards
40 Two-Color Frog Counters
2 Numeral Dice
20 Number Cards
4 Red Dry-Erase Markers
1 Teacher’s Guide
| Grades 1-K
Help students express number concepts with this ten frame set . Ten Frames are perfect for helping students visualize equations. Helps teach addition, subtraction, counting, and cardinality. Big enough to be used in group activities and demonstrate number concepts easily. Designed for use with whiteboards and other magnetic surfaces. Each magnetic Ten Frame measures 12 1/4" x 5".
Learning Styles: Visual, Tactile
Skill Development: Early math skills (counting, addition, subtraction, foundational place value)
Great for small group: Allows students and teachers to engage
Activity Guide Recommended activities to do with students.
4 Magnetic Ten Frames
40 discs (20 blue, 20 green)
Help students develop an early number sense. Give your students a visual model to help reinforce counting, 1-to-1 correspondence, subitizing, base-ten, place value, number patterns, operations and more. Offers hands-on engagement as students place magnetic counters on boards, then raise boards to show their answers. Features double-sided magnetic, write and wipe boards offering a single ten-frame on one side and double ten-frame on the other. Boards measure 7" x 6 1/4".
Reinforce math concepts
Enhance hands-on learning
Build subitizing skills, which allow us to see a grouping of numbers and automatically know the amount without having to count
Teach odds and evens with the two-color magnets
Demonstrate with visual representations
Make learning easier, more playful, and more engaging
Write and wipe magnetic boards
Double-sided board (single ten-frame on one side double ten-frame on the other)
Activity Guide Recommended activities to do with students
4 magnetic double-sided answer boards
100 two-color magnetic foam countersd (red and yellow)
Integrate these Ten-Frames Dice into any of your favorite classroom games so your students can practice subitizing and counting in a fun new way! Feature familiar Ten-Frame configurations on each side and rounded corners for easy rolling. 3 dice each for 0-5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20. Dice measure 2” x 2” x 2”.
Life-sized mat and large discs build gross motor skills and add excitement to early math concepts such as 1:1 correspondence, counting, addition, subtraction, number relationships, place value, gross motor skills. It’s an engaging way to help students learn counting, number correspondence, number patterns, addition, subtraction, and much more. Mats measure approximately 60" x 28".
Learning Style: Build visual, tactile, kinesthetic skills by using counters or themselves to add and subtract
2 Mats = Twice the Learning: Use each mat alone or line them up so students can practice counting and math with sums up to 20
Double-Sided Counters: Each counter has blue on one side and green on the other to help visualize math concepts
Giant Size: These floor mats measure 5’L x 2’W to bring math to life on a grand scale! Get students on their feet with math that really moves.
2 ten-grame floor mats
20 double-sided blue/green discs
Add a holiday twist to your Ten-Frame lessons! Good for centers and partner/small-group work. Kit includes 10 double-sided, write ‘n’ wipe Ten-Frame cards (numbers 1-20) and 4 sets of 72 counters for 4 holidays (288 total) – all in a convenient storage box with a magnetic closure. Activity Guide included. Counters measure 1” in diameter. Cards measure 8 ¼” x 6 ¼”.
Four holidays: Halloween, Thanksgiving, Winter Holidays, and Valentine's Day
Write N Wipe cards
10 double-sided cards
288 counters (72 for each holiday)
Magnetic storage box
Easily change your Ten-Frame activities with the seasons to add variety to math lessons! Good for centers and partner/small-group work. Kit includes 10 double-sided, write ‘n’ wipe Ten-Frame cards (numbers 1-20) and 4 sets of 72 counters for each of the 4 seasons (288 total) – all in a convenient storage box with a magnetic closure. Activity Guide included. Counters measure 1” in diameter. Cards measure 8 ¼” x 6 ¼”.
Four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall
Write N Wipe cards
10 double-sided cards
Magnetic storage box
Develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. Two-sided foam counters help students develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. These ten-frames helps students connect the visualization of the rekenrek tool to the anchor number 10 within the ten-frame structure. Boards connect to each other and counters. Five-Frames measure 6 1/4" x 3" x 1/2".
24 foam, interlocking ten-frames
240 foam counters
| Grades K-3
Count on success in place value and computation!. DecaDots vertical ten-frame tiles provide a more intuitive and visual representation of patterns for numbers up to 10, than traditional ten-frame tiles. Students will quickly learn shortcuts such as counting the spaces remaining (counting back from 10) instead of counting the number of dots. The blue ten-tile emphasizes to students the importance of 10 in place value and allows students to more rapidly identify and create two-digit numbers. Once students recognize these simple patterns, they can more easily master beginning addition and subtraction skills. Next, you can guide students to use the DecaDots Ten-Frame Tiles to find patterns concerning place value.
Set of 10 blue 10-dot tiles
Set of 20 yellow tiles (2 each of 0- to 9-dot tiles)
Develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. Two-sided foam counters help students develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. These ten-frames help students connect the visualization of the rekenrek tool to the anchor number10 within the ten-frame structure. Boards connect to each other and counters. Five-Frames measure 6 1/4" x 3" x 1/2".
4 foam, interlocking ten-frames
40 foam counters
| Grades PreK-2
Count to ten in this unique plastic ten-frame egg carton to improve understanding of place value, number concepts, and basic operations. The easy ten-frame pattern of this egg tray allows students to quickly recognize visual patterns for numbers up to ten. Place more than one counter (counters sold separately) in each slot to skip count up to higher numbers. Tray measures 13" x 5" and dishwasher safe.
Durable plastic trays
Laminated card sets features a Ten-Frame mat on each card or side-by-side. Each card measures 7" x 5 1/2".
Set of 35 Cards
| Grades K-1
Ten-frames are one of the most useful tools available to teachers for math instruction and learning in the primary grades. This reproducible activity book includes 50 complete lessons using a variety of ten-frame materials and techniques. Each lesson includes a detailed alignment to the Common Core content and practice standards, step-by-step instructions, and an assessment of student responses.
Digital Resources: Digital book (Flash Format) and a virtual Ten-Frame tool for class presentation with an interactive white board or projector included in CD.
CD with digital resources
FREE SAMPLE LESSONS
Working with Ten-Frames View Sample Lesson
| Grades PreK-3
50 Ten Frame Activities is a set of 50 double-sided activity cards for teaching math skills with ten frames. Topics include: numbers, number bonds, addition, subtraction, counting, grouping, equal sharing, skip counting, bridging, multiplication and division. The front side provides teaching objectives, resources used and procedure. The other side provides visual examples. Math manipulatives used effectively throughout and presented in clear photography. Contains 50 double-sided activity cards and a contents card that can act as a check off list.
50 double-sided activity cards
Laminated card sets features a Ten-Frame mat on each card or side-by-side. Students can use cards with counters or dry erase markers. They are big enough to use as demonstration cards. Each card measures 7" x 5 1/2".
Set of 35 Cards
Build number sense: Use manipulatives, pictures and other supports to better understand numbers
Subitizing: Color coded beads help students identify numbers without counting.
Composing & Decomposing Numbers: Make and break values to five and ten.
Addition & Subtraction Strategies: Doubles strategies, near five, near ten, counting on.
Tough, flexible plastic mat has ten frame and number bond outline on one side and two ten frames on reverse. For use with dry-erase markers. Mats measure 9" x 12".
Set of 10
This bingo-style game is not about matching, it's about making 10!. This bingo-style game is not about matching, it's about making 10! Cover the numbered spots on the ladybug with the numbered pieces that together make ten! Cards feature ten-frames on one side for beginners, and numbers on the reverse for more advanced players. Fill your card and win! Cards measure 8"H x 6 1/4"L and spaces on cards are inset so spots stay in place.
6 Double-Sided Cards
Develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. Two-sided foam counters help students develop number concepts and learn basic facts to ten and beyond. These five-frames help students connect the visualization of the rekenrek tool to the anchor number 5 within the ten-frame structure. Boards connect to each other and counters. Five-Frames measure 6 1/4" x 1 1/2" x 1/2".
24 foam, interlocking five-frames
240 foam counters
Perfect in developing students' understanding of numbers and subitizing skills. Double-sided dot cards feature a 5-group to represent the numerals 0-10. Each card measures 7 1/2" x 6".
14 demonstration cards
Develop number sense with these 2-sided foam counters that show values all in relationship to ten.
4 Connecting Boards
Build number bonds to 10 and develop arithmetic skills through multisensory learning. Roll the dice and stack as many Ten-Frame number tile combinations as you can. Helps students to quickly visualize numerals.The highest stacked tower wins! For 2-4 players.
65 Counting Frame Tiles
2 Foam Dice
Students develop a concrete understanding of the concept of ten and patterning with these connecting train cars, each holding 10 cubes.
20 Unifix Cubes
Teacher Guide with games, teaching ideas, and assessment instructions
Extend the impact of Ten-Frames with our special Ten-Frame plastic dominoes. Dominoes measure 1 5/8" x 2 1/4". Play one of our recommended games or make up your own way to use these versatile dominoes!
Game 1: Dominoes (2–4 Players)
Students mix all the dominoes face down in a pile. Each student picks 4 dominoes. The student with the highest number places that domino face up on the table. If the student on the first player’s left has a domino with a matching number, he or she places it next to the appropriate side of the
domino. If that student does not have a matching domino, the student picks a domino from the pile and ends his or her turn. The winner is the first player to play all of their dominoes.
Game 2: Domino War (2 Players)
Mix the dominoes face down in a pile. Each student picks 15 dominoes. Each student flips over 1 domino. The player with the largest number wins. Set the pair aside. The winner is the player with the most pairs when all dominoes have been played. For a longer game, return the dominoes to the player who wins each hand. The winner is the player who collects all of the dominoes.
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