CCSS K.CC.4, K.OA.3, K.OA.4,
In the first activity, students complete the ten frame worksheet by filling in the blanks on each ten frame to "make 10". Students then use the ten frame visual to help them complete the sentences (how many dots are there, how many more to make 10, and ___ and ____ make 10).
The dice activity is a game in which two partners take turn rolling a pair of dice. For each roll, students identify the number on each, and then how much the roll equaled (i.e. rolling a two and a 3 - 2 and 3 make 5). After each partner has had a turn, the students circle the higher number for that round, indicating the "winner". This activity is great for building general number sense, one-to-one correspondence, practicing facts, visual identification of sets, and adding. To extend this activity, students can use two different colored dice to represent ones and tens, subtraction, and, or the operation can be changed to multiplication. This activity has many possibilities and can be easily modified for use with all four operations, and adjusted to students current level(s) of understanding as needed.
I used both of these activities with my inclusive Kindergarten class for math centers in addition to "My Book of 6". These activities were highly engaging and effective with all of my students!