Polar Bear Ten Frame Activities
Polar Bear Ten Frame Activities
Print in color on cardstock. Laminate for durability and cut apart. You will also need small manipulatives for students to construct the ten frames such as cotton balls to be used as pretend snowballs. How to Use: Look at the numeral on the ice-cube the polar bear is pulling on his sled. Use the manipulatives to construct the ten frame to show that number. Completed ten frame cards are provided for those students that need extra support. The number line at the bottom of each ten frame is there to support students with the counting sequence
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Print in color on cardstock. Laminate for durability and cut apart. You will also need 10 clothespins or any other small manipulative for students to use to indicate the correct answer. How to Use: Look at the ten frame. Clip a clothespin over the numeral that it corresponds with.
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Print in color on cardstock. Laminate for durability and cut out circles. You will also need 10 clothespins or any other small manipulative for students to use to indicate the correct answer. How to Use: Look at the numeral on the baby polar bear. Clip a clothespin over the ten frame that shows that number.
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Print cards in color on cardstock. Laminate for durability and cut cards apart. Activity 1: Play a traditional concentration game by matching the numeral cards to the ten frames. Activity 2: (with a whole group) Pass out numeral cards to half the students and matching ten frames to the other half. Ask students to find their match. Activity 3: Ask students to put the ten frames in order from least to greatest or greatest to least. Activity 4: (small group) Place all the ten frame cards face down in a stack. Each student takes a turn taking a card and does not show it to the rest of the group. The student with the card must give the rest of the group clues as to what number it is. Such as: It is an odd number, it is greater than 5, it is less than 10, etc. The student continues giving clues until someone in the group guesses correctly. Activity 5: (small group or whole group) Play using the same format as in activity 4 except for the students ask yes and no question until they guess the number on the ten frame. For example: Is it greater than 8? Activity 6: (2 Player game) Mix the ten frame cards up and give each player 10 cards. With their stack of ten frame cards facing down, both students flip over their top card. The player with the ten frame with a greater number keeps both cards. If the two cards are equal, they keep their card and go again. The player with the most cards at the end wins. back
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© Nancy Alvarez 2013
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© Nancy Alvarez 2013
© N
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© Nancy Alvarez 2013
© N
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2013
Use these reproducible pages for extra practice, home work or a quick assessment.
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