NUMBER FRAMES: Counting by Tens (1-150)
When I taught kindergarten, I had an old hundreds chart that needed a little “repurposing.” Rather than discard it, I decided to cut the chart into strips of ten, laminate, and hole punch them to make a pack of number frames. We ended up using those frames almost every day.
The hundreds chart was a little too much information for some of my struggling students. The number strips presented the numbers in "chunks" and helped make the learning process manageable.
The original set of number frames is gone, but I decided to make my own -- easy to print, laminate, and make multiple copies. I hope you'll find these number frames as useful as I have over the years.
Print on card stock, trim and laminate each number frame. Hole punch and hang on a ring binder for use during morning routines, math centers, and independent work periods.
Set 1: Counting by 10s (left to right)
Set 2: Place Value Frames ("stacked" numbers)
Set 3: Template Frames (student practice)
Number Line (1-150)
KB3Teach Math Resources
**All pictures, fonts and graphics used with permission from original copyright holders.**