Bowling for Ten is a 2-Player Game in which students practice making 10. Each student uses a paper clip spinner to spin a number from 0 through 9. The student then names the number needed to make 10 with the number spun. If correct, the student colors in that many bowling pins on the scorecard. After 10 spins each, the players count up the total number of bowling pins they 'knocked down'. A great class game or math center that allows students to practice making 10. This activity meets or exceeds the Common Core Standards of Mathematics.