Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game

Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
Addition Basic Facts - Doubles using ten frames. 3-in-a-row game
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This simple game reinforces seeing doubles being two collections of the same quantity. In this game students select a card that shows a ten frame where the dots are arranged in pairs (doubles). Students identify the total number of dots on their card and place their counter on a space with the matching number on the game-board. Students work in pairs to try to be the first to get three of their counters in a row on the game-board.
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