These Ten Frame Flash Cards use the double ten frame to show the addition of 2 numbers where the sum is greater than 10.
For example: By showing 9 dots and 3 more dots, it is easy for a child to see that one dot can be moved across from the 3 to complete one ten frame, creating one whole ten frame and 2 or 12 dots. This mental strategy is called bridging and is a great foundation for working out addition problems.
These flash cards are to be used in conjunction the student having a blank double ten frame with 2x10 colored counters. By manipulating the counters students can see that addition facts can be worked out mentally rather than using fingers.
The blank template for creating the students' double ten frames is included. You need to provide the counters.
Show the students the flash card and have them tell the number story (number sentence) that accompanies it. Ask them for the Fact Families that match it. 9+3=12; 3+9=12; 12–3=9; 12–9=3
These flash cards contain every combination of addition number facts using both the rows (rows of 5) and pairs layouts where the sum is greater than 10. By containing both rows (rows of 5) and pairs layouts these flash cards cater for teacher preferences.
Contains detailed instructions on how to use the flash cards.