These are great, thanks!Dee:)
This will be fun to use for graphing, number value, tally marks, race to add up to 100 (on a hundreds chart), and maybe even using the number landed on to do a certain number of kinesthetic movements (ex. jumping jacks, arm circles, hop on one foot). Thank you so much for this freebie! Blessings,MarlanaLil' Country Kindergarten
Thanks. I think I will use as a matching game with clothespins at the beginning of the year. I will eventually use in workstations with dice or spinners.( and addition games )
I'm creating activities for PreK Summer School program for our at risk students. These will be a great resource. Check out my blog, as I too believe in the value of 5 and 10 frames.Deborahhttp://splitmultigradeclassroom.blogspot.com
Thanks for doing this. I saw one on Pinterest that didn't "blow up" well and it was on my summer to do list. Now I don't have to. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for sharing! This will be great for helping my kiddos identify numbers, graphing, matching, etc. ~ Lisa Teaching Kindergarten Kiddos
I plan on using them as part of a math station where they model the fact that equals 10 with counters/cubes/etc...
Working in pairs, have each child spin. Add them up!!
I plan to use it as a number recognition and writing activity. Students have to spin the spinner, identify the number, and trace that number on their paper.
I will use them in math stations. They will spin and then find the numeral that matches with it :)
These are great! I'm going to use them in a game where my students practice counting and writing the numbers.