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Barely in the nick of time for Halloween ... this cute, cute, cute and fun Halloween 0-10 Counting Mats, Ten Frames (2 different sets), Clip Cards and Practice Pages Bundle. Whew! 33 pages of fun and learning! The graphics are so cute that it made fun to create.
This resource contains 5 sets:
Set 1: 0-10 Counting Mats
The Halloween Counting Mats are great for getting students excited about numbers and counting … especially when used with individually wrapped Halloween candy, candy corn, pumpkin candy, plastic spiders, plastic bugs, mini Halloween cookies, etc. The mats can also be used with generic math counters as well, like round plastic discs, pennies, buttons, etc. (Mats only ... no counters provided)
Set 2: 0-10 Ten Frames
The Halloween Ten Frames are very similar to the counting mats. The students use Halloween manipulatives to create the number on the cauldron in the ten frame. They can use candy corn, candy pumpkins, plastic spiders, or generic round plastic discs, pennies, Fruit Loops or buttons.
Set 3: 0-10 Ten Frames with Candy Corn Model
2 versions of the Halloween Ten Frames have been provided. One with just the number, and the second version has the number with the correct number of candy corn shown as an aide.
Set 4: 0-10 Halloween Counting Clip Cards
Students use the Halloween Counting Clip Cards with clothespins. They count, then clip the pin on the correct number. Great for increasing pincer grip!
Set 5: 8 Practice Pages
Levels of practice sheets have been provided for differentiating learning.
Counting sets to 5 and 10, making numbers using ten frames, and creating sets using pictures or drawing.
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