Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Wordless Wednesday-Ten Frames



Ten Frames for Kindergarten and First Grade
I love using the ten frame in my classroom. 

It's such a powerful tool and leads to great understanding of number sense.  

We love breaking out the counters (aka-mini erasers) to practice number skills!

FYI: Clorox/Lysol wipes or shaving cream take the dry erase markers right off.

Happy Wordless Wednesday, friends!
Be sure to link up with Christina and find many other awesome sauce ideas!

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    1. Haha, Brionni! It's so funny to see which erasers they choose. Some just reach in and grab. Others are very methodical! I'm so glad you stopped by!
      Laura

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  2. Love this for ten frames and you get clean desks to boot! Genius!
    ~Christy & Tammy

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    1. Yes! Clean desks! But watch out for cheap shaving cream...it's almost unbearable! Happy Weekend, girls!
      Laura

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  3. Be sure to use dry erase markers for this fun activity! Sometime your students can grab the wrong type of markers! Julie Green Apple Lessons

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    1. Ha, Julie Anne! Great reminder! We have had that happen! What a fun time that was... Enjoy your weekend!
      Laura

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  4. My kiddos love using erasers for ten frames too. I try to hit the Target dollar spot before each holiday to find cute ones.

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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    1. That's exactly what I do, Laura! Great minds! Must be our name! I actually took the snowmen out of the Christmas packs for January. Can you say OCD?? Happy Weekend!!
      Laura

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  5. Ten Frames are a must, aren't they? Actually having that visual/manipulative has made all the difference to my kids. Much easier to understand number relationships.

    Firstgradebloomabilities

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