# Double Ten Frames for Valentine's Day Teen Numbers

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Looking for a fun activity for your students to practice and learn number quantities between 0 and 10 AND the teen numbers 11 - 19? Students will love playing these fast-paced, Common Core aligned, Double Ten-Frame Flash Card Games before Valentines Day and beyond! Teacher Task Cards included for using the cards with your students!

The “Double Ten Frames for Valentines Day!” packet includes

Materials for Learning Mathematics:

•1 - 20 set of double ten frames – color and b/w options

•Blank Ten Frames for student use

•Teacher Task Cards with instructions for Learning Games (blank cards for teacher game ideas.)

Why are Double Ten Frame Cards for Valentines Day Important Tools for Developing Powerful Mathematicians?

Notes to the Teacher (with helpful auxiliary information regarding material use)

Vocabulary

Comprehensive CCSS Mathematics Standards Materials

•Standards for Mathematical Practices as they relate to the standard being taught

•Important teaching points regarding each standard

•Solutions for common student errors and misunderstandings

•Connections across standards, domains & clusters

Strategies for including Number Talks with your students

Materials List (a comprehensive list of all included materials in the packet)

Materials Preparation

Lesson Delivery / Instructions for implementation of materials

Teacher Provides

• Counters

Your students will be using the following strategies as the task cards, questioning strategies (number talks), are used with your students with a focus on the CCSS Standards and Practices:

•Using the counting numbers 0 – 20

•Practicing the count sequence zero through twenty using precise vocabulary

•Developing understanding of the relationships between numbers (numerals) and quantity 0 – 1 0 and 1 1 – 20

• Building understanding of the teen numbers

•Compose and decompose numbers from 1 1 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones

• The numbers from 1 1 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones

•Developing correct mathematical vocabulary

•Preparing for counting higher number sequences in this grade and beyond

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