## Saturday, June 2, 2012

### Ten Frame Spinners

I've been preparing for my Monday class and playing around a bit with Photoshop. I thought these might be fun.
You'll find three different sizes of spinners.

Download Ten Frame Spinners. If you grab these, please let me know how you might use them in your classroom. I'd love to know!

1. These are great, thanks!

Dee:)

2. Great--thanks!! :)

3. 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,
Marlana
Lil' Country Kindergarten

4. 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 )

5. 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.
Deborah

6. 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.

7. Thanks for sharing! This will be great for helping my kiddos identify numbers, graphing, matching, etc.

~ Lisa
Teaching Kindergarten Kiddos

8. I plan on using them as part of a math station where they model the fact that equals 10 with counters/cubes/etc...

9. Working in pairs, have each child spin. Add them up!!

10. 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.

11. I will use them in math stations. They will spin and then find the numeral that matches with it :)

12. These are great! I'm going to use them in a game where my students practice counting and writing the numbers.