***2 Levels of play with this download!***
Level 1 - Play using the cards with the ten frames as a visual.
Level 2 - When students are beyond needing a visual, use the bare number cards.
I've also included WILD cards for a little added fun! ;-)
Materials Included: Make 10 game board, 10 frame cards, bare number cards, wild cards, instructions for teacher.
Directions: This is a great game for building fluency with structuring the number ten. Cards should be placed in the middle of the table facing down. Players take turns drawing a card. They will need to mark the number that belongs with the number drawn to make the number ten. For example, if the student draws a 3, they will need to mark a 7.
If a wild card is drawn, the student may pick the location of their chip. If a card is drawn and the student cannot make a play, they lose their turn.
When a player has three chips in a row, they win that game and they place a chip on one of their circles at the bottom. Clear the board after every game. The first player to win three games is the winner!