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Make learning about ten frames super easy and fun with this I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 10 Game. This I Have, Who Has Card Game has 10 cards, each card featuring a number represented with a ten frame and with a numeric value. One student starts the game by reading the question part of the gam
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PreK - 1st
Ready to up the ten frames game? If your students already know their ten frames for numbers up to ten why not let them play this I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 20 Game? You can grab the Ten Frames up to 10 game here Ten Frames up to 10 Card Game And a up to 30 version Ten Frames up to 30 Card G
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PreK - 1st
This ten frames game helps students practice ten frames to 20, subitizing and teen numbers. Recognizing groups in a ten frame helps students develop number sense, which is a foundation for many math skills.Click here to save 20% on the subitizing I Have.. Who Has...? game bundle using numbers up to
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PreK - 6th
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Also included in: Ten Frame Games Bundle

I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 30 Game is perfect for mastering ten frames as it allows the students to learn through play. You can grab other Ten Frames I Have Who Has games here, if your students are not yet ready for numbers up to 30. Ten Frames up to 10 Card Game Ten Frames up to 20 Card Gam
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PreK - 1st
Use this engaging ten-frame game ("I Have... Who Has...?") to help your students practice subitizing (rapid recognition of groups) and build number sense.This game includes 30 ten-frame cards. If you have fewer than 30 students in your class, some students can hold multiple cards during the gameClic
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K - 1st
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Also included in: Ten Frame Games Bundle

I Have...Who Has (Superheroes) is a fun, chain-reaction, game to practice tens frames and number recognition. This kindergarten and first grade math game can be played as a whole group or with small groups in math stations. Students quickly learn the pattern of this game, and get excited to call ou
Develop number sense with ten-frames using this engaging version of the “I Have... Who Has...?” game. As students play this game, they will improve subitizing skills. (Subitizing is the rapid recognition of groups, such as knowing that five dots on a die is 5, without counting). The game includes 22
Subitizing is the ability to instantly recognize a small quantity without counting. Subitizing is a fundamental skill that leads to the ability to compose and decompose number, which is the foundation for fact fluency. Students in Kindergarten and 1st Grade should have daily opportunities to subitiz
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K - 2nd
I Have...Who Has...game for tens frame and numeral identification. Includes game cards for numbers 1-30 and four different "End of Game" cards. Easily adjust the game to end at 10, 20, 25, or 30 to fit your classroom needs. **Don't forget to leave feedback and receive your free TpT credits!**
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K - 1st
Pass out the cards to students. Have them sit in a circle. The child with the "1" card goes first. They stand and read their card. Students who are not yet able to read will catch on how to "read" the cards. The child with the correct answer stands up and reads their card. Play continues until all c
*UPDATED* to add a second version that is one sided. Being able to read clusters of numbers without counting them is an important skill to master. By playing this I Have Who Has game children will gain mastery in this skill. Numbers included: 0-10
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PreK - 1st
This I have, Who Has? Ten Frame game is for numbers 1-28. It is a great skill builder for students. It helps them with instant recognition of numbers and it builds their confidence with using a ten frame. When you play the game you start and end with the number 1. The person holding card 1 says,
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PreK - 2nd
Students will practice identifying numbers and their corresponding ten frames while having fun playing "I Have Who Has". This game uses numbers 0 through 20. Enjoy! If you could share this item on Pinterest or other social media, I would appreciate it! Thanks:)
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PreK - 1st
This I Have, Who Has? math game is designed for students to work on representing numbers with ten frames to 30. 30 cards are included. Simply print the cards on card stock and laminate for durability. Students sit in a circle and you distribute cards randomly. Start with the staring card and let the
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1st - 3rd
Here are 112 pages of math and literacy fun dedicated to the farm. This unit includes everything you will need to integrate the farm theme into all of your teaching. Here is whats included: Teacher book Farm vocabulary tracing student book Clothespin number cards 1-12 blank and dotted for different
Supporting Common Core State Standards, I Have . . . Who Has Tens Frame Game is a fun way to practice math skills in the classroom. It is a rapid paced game that involves all the students recall of prior knowledge. This game can be utilized as an activating strategy or formative assessment. It can b
Ten Frames from 1-24 in an I have who has format. Hand out all 24 cards and students will have to pay attention to when their card comes. This will circle back to the student who started.
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K - 4th
This great game of I Have, Who Has was made with a plant theme. It uses ten frames 1-20. I have also included 3 cards that can be filled in if you lose one and need a quick fix. Students love this game and don't forget it is best played in a small group. Have fun!
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K - 1st
This product contains a printable version of the game "I Have, Who Has" using ten frames. Two sets of cards are included for differentiated practice. The first set includes #1-10 and the second set includes #1-20. Are you looking for more Ten Frame activities to use with your students? This game is
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K - 3rd
Engage your students with these "I Have, Who Has" Ten Frames Game to 20. This game is perfect to use with your students during small group, whole group, intervention, and centers.Included:- 20 Ten Frame Cards- Numbers from 1 - 20- Answer Key for referenceHow to Play:Pass out a card to each student.
Supporting Common Core State Standards, I Have . . . Who Has Tens Frame Game is a fun way to practice math skills in the classroom. It is a rapid paced game that involves all the students recall of prior knowledge. This game can be utilized as an activating strategy or formative assessment. It can b
This is an "I HAVE, WHO HAS" to help build number and quantity recognition for numbers 0-20. Each card shows a number modeled with a pair of ten frames. Students must be able to recognize the number shown as well as read a numeral for the next card. Includes 21 cards and instructions for playing. Th
This set of I Have Who Has is the perfect practice and review activity! Students will reinforce the skill of subtilizing numbers on tens frames! Includes: • 20 cards Check out the preview to see what you are getting! * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
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PreK - 1st
Practice subitizing with this card game to 10. Use the cards to practice fluency to 10 with students. The set includes finger patterns, dot sets, 10 frames, dice & equations. Perfect for one-to-one intervention or small group play. Looking for more items to use in your small group interventi
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PreK - 1st

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