Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Ten Frame Teen Practice (freebie)

Last week I shared about using ten frames to help build an anchor chart for the teens.  (Look here.)  After creating the chart, we used these colored sets of cards to work on those numbers a little more.  The cards match the three sections of the chart perfectly.





There are all kinds of things that can be done with them, such as:


Put any set of cards in order.
Match up the same numbers from each set.
Play concentration with any two sets or all three for those who are up for it.

Click on the graphic for your own copies.

I'm sure there are a myriad of ways these cards could be used.  Please share!


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18 comments:

  1. Thank you so much! These are exactly what I need this week.
    Maria

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    1. Maria, you're very welcome. I'm glad it will help.

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  2. I will use these next week in stations...love the many ways they can be used. Thank you!

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    1. Melissa, it's great to hear they'll be useful for you.

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  3. Love these Tammy! Just what I'm working on. Thanks.
    Petersons-Pad

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    1. Sheree, I'm glad the timing is right!

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  4. Thank you! We've been working on our teens, too!

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    1. Barb, the ten frames seem to be helping my kids!

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  5. I am loving all your ten frame ideas! Why didn't I know you when I was in the classroom??
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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    1. Lori, well, I didn't know what I know now when you were in the classroom. :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing these! I plan on using them during our "Number Talks" time as quick images. Have you read the book "Number Talks"? I think its something right up your alley!

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    1. Leigh Anne, I haven't read it, but I have it on my list. :)

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  7. thank you!!! my little guy can recognize all of his numbers up to 100 EXCEPT the teens. he is really struggling with those!! thanks for this printable!

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    1. Kimberly, You're welcome. I hope this helps.

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