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This Making ten game is designed to help students visualize combinations of numbers that add to ten using a ten frame as a guide. This fun math game will help kids develop number sense and will be a great asset to any Math center or homeschool family. The board game includes cards with instructions to get kids moving, add within 10 and recognize numbers using 10 frames, and answer challenge questions from a wide variety of subjects.
This game is great for ages 4 - 8, and works best with 2-4 players. On their turn, each player will roll a dice, then use the included ten frame and owl pieces to figure out what number they need to add to the number they rolled to equal ten. They will then move that many spaces. This builds in continual practice with combinations that add to 10. (A paper dice is included in case you want to provide students the additional challenge of assembling a square prism.)
Each space has one of 4 symbols on it, relating to each one of the piles of cards provided. The four categories are:
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