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Creating high quality games for use with Google Apps™ can be time consuming for teachers. Let Learning Harbor® Resources for Teachers help by providing affordable games that use up to date technology and aid students in increasing computer skills and dexterity, while improving math skills at the same time. This self-correcting, interactive activity for use with Google Classroom™ or any device that operates Google Slides™ will keep students engaged in learning to “make a ten” or compose the number ten, by combining a full ten frame with a completely empty ten frame, or combinations of two partially filled ten frames. All our activities for use with Google Classroom™ are aligned with Common Core State Standards.
Students will click on a symbol on the home page and be taken to a random slide with a turkey holding a ten frame and two more ten frames Students will decide which of the other two ten frames would make ten when combined with the ten frame that the turkey is holding, record their answer if desired, and check their work by touching or clicking on their answer. If the student clicks on a correct answer, a slide with “Way to Go!” will pop up. If the student clicks on an incorrect answer a slide with “Try Again, You’ll Get It Next Time” will pop up.
Students can tally correct answers on the tally slide projected on an interactive white board, if you wish or you can copy the black and white points slide for students to use.
This resource can be used for:
Individual students using computers or tablets
RTI (response to intervention)
Older class buddies
Projecting onto a whiteboard
Computer Lab and 1:1 computer time
How will using Interactive Self-Correcting Google Slides™ activities benefit you and your students?
They are paperless and no prep! Just download and teach. They work on any computer or device that operates Google Slides™. They are engaging so students spend more time on task. They improve students' dexterity and computer skills.