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Ten Great Ten Frame Videos! Great examples for whole class and guided math lessons

Posted on November 13, 2010. Filed under: Graphic Organizers, Guided math, Manipulatives, Multiple Intelligences | Tags: , , , , |

Ten frames are one of the top ten manipulatives that every elementary teacher should have!  I have written before about this great tool, but here I am highlighting some instructional videos.  Watch them for some fantastic ideas!

1. (good introductory video)

2. (Look at these large ten frames! I like the size.)

3. (Smartboard Lesson!)

4. (Teacher in action)

5. (Missing Addend Lesson)

6. (Kindergarten lesson using ten frames to compare numbers)

7. (notice the use of two colors for the dots in these practice cards)

8. (notice the use of two colors for the dots in these practice cards)


10. (Look at these commercial ones, but you can just as well make your own student sets)

Here is a Ten Frame:

Additional Resource

Be sure to see the other posts in this blog about ten frames.  Do a search for ten frames, number bonds and fact families.

Happy Mathing,

Dr. Nicki

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