Ten-Frames in the Winter Flash!
These winter ten-frame cards are a fun way to either introduce or continue through the winter months your work with numbers within ten. Each set of ten frame cards (color & black and white) has two sets of ten frames within each set of 18 cards. One set is the traditional fill row one then begin filling row two, while the other set begins filling both rows at the same time. This provides multiple ways for children to visualize the quantity of number through ten as well as the composition of numbers equaling ten. Included are strategies for implementation and sample questions to use with the students to develop a solid base for learning number quantity and determining student level of understanding.
The “Ten-Frames in the Winter Flash!”
packet includes thirty-six 8½” X 11” ten-frame cards (2 sets from which to choose: black/white and winter color). This game is meant to be fast paced and quick so have the cards ready to use whenever you have little time slots (like lining up and waiting!). Students enjoy sharing their thinking about what they see and how they figured it out! Ideas for questioning strategies are included!
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