"I'm just bad at math..." This is the beginning of the dialogue we have all heard hundreds if not thousands of times. Many of us accepted that math "isn't our thing." Yet this mentality limits our success and affects life decisions such as our career choice. What if there was a way to better prepare the next generation? What if simple ways of presenting math in the early years can set our children up to excel at math. I believe the tens frame is a tool that make abstract concepts such a numbers and problem solving into concrete and attainable operations. It gives students a deeper understanding of numbers and a visual to refer back to as they study math, making numbers manageable.
This game is for early learners to recognize number, add by counting tens, five and one, and make and solve their own equations. Students use dots (as pictured above) to make numbers, equations or solve for a sum. This is a great activity for the independent learner to explore math concepts or for pairs to challenge one another or work through math problems as a team. It makes a great center for a classroom, aid for individual learning or resource for the home schooling mom. Empower your child! Buy today!
A PDF with 4 printable 8.5" x 11" pages including one cover page, one insert page, one dot cutout pages, and one assembly/objectives and activities page with common core standards.
For added durability, print the cut out page on cardstock.
Lamination required for continued use.
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