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Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle

Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Ten Frame Game and Activity Bundle
Product Description
This is a ZIP file containing our best games and activities to practice ten frames.

In your purchase, you will receive the following FOUR ten-frame products:

Ten-Frame Memory
-3 color-coded sets of ten-frame memory game for 0-10.
-3 color-coded sets of ten-frame memory game for 11-19 once students have mastered visualizing 0-10.


Deep Sea Diving Ten-Frame Game
Fun, fun, FUN! That's what our kinders and first graders have to say about this game. It is definitely a classroom favorite in our "Math Zones" (Math workstations). It is a great way for students to practice working with ten frames.

This game is best played in pairs and contains everything you need to start playing. It also comes in three levels of play.

Level 1 -- Students work with ten-frame cards from 0-20. There are also "treasure chest" and "fishing pole" cards that instruct students to add one fish or take one fish away from their ten-frame game board.

Level 2 -- Students work with ten-frame cards from 0-10. There are also "treasure chest" and "fishing pole" cards that instruct students to add one fish or take one fish away from their ten-frame game board.

Level 3 -- Students work with ten-frame cards from 0-10. There are no additional cards for students to work with at this level which makes it a bit easier.

All games are color coded so it is easy to find where a missing piece may go.


Ten-Frame BINGO
There are two Bingo games. One allows students to practice numbers 0-20 and the other allows students to work with numbers from 0-50. There are eight different Bingo mats for each Bingo game.


Student-Constructed Ten-Frame BINGO
In this version of ten-frame Bingo, students create their own Bingo board by drawing dots on the ten-frames to illustrate numbers.

There are two Bingo games. One allows students to practice numbers 0-20 and the other allows students to work with numbers from 0-50. There are eight different Bingo mats for each Bingo game.


These games and activities address the following Math Common Core State Standards:

K.CC.5.a. Count up to 20 objects that are in an order by answering the question how many.

K.NBT.1. Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and some further ones, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each composition or decomposition by a drawing or equation (such as 18 = 10 + 8); understand that these numbers are composed of ten ones and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.

1.NBT.2 Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones.
Total Pages
69 pages
Answer Key
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