## 10 Frame Activity Packet

1-2-3 Come Make A 10 Frame Booklet With Me!

I've had quite a few requests for more 10 frame activities, so I designed this 10 frame packet that can be used in a variety of ways.

Print the pages, laminate and use them as anchor chart posters or large flashcards to refer to and do group activities with.

I incorporated quite a few math concepts along with the 10 frames.

Students put an X on the appropriate number in the group/set.

They trace and write the number and number word however many times you want them to, and count that many dots and identify the pattern in the first 10 frame.

In the second 10 frame, students make that many marks, bingo dots, or place that many stickers in the boxes.

Children also circle that number in the sequence, and then add +1 more to the number, to get the next number.

Besides whole group-oral math activities, you can make several sets and put them in a math center.

Students can complete the pages with a dry erase marker.

Children could also use manipulatives instead of markers to fill in the ten frames.

Students can play games by choosing a partner and playing "Speed" to see who can complete the 10 frame booklet the quickest or simply sequence them in order, seeing the +1 factor, as they go.

Make a workbook for each child. For your math block or a quick tabletop lesson, students can work on a page a day.

When everyone is finished, read the booklet together to review the math concepts, as well as the various aspects of reading.

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## Alligator Math Packet

1-2-3 Count To 100 and Past With Me!

Just in time to help you with some math activities for 100 Day, is this 40-page alligator-themed math packet.

The packet will help you reinforce Common Core State Math Standards: K.CC.1, K.CC.2, K.CC.3, K.CC.4a, K.CC.4b, K.CC.4c, K.CC.5, K.CC.6, K.OA.1, K.OA.4, K.OA.5,1.OA.1, 1.OA.4, 1.OA.5, 1.OA.7, 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.3

This is a wonderful packet to help students review and practice a variety of the above standards in a fun way.

The packet includes:

• Greater and less than activities including alligator jaw manipulatives
• Traceable 100 grid
• Traceable 120 grid
• Counting activities to 100 and 120
• Skip counting activities by 2's, 3's, 5's and 10's
• Medium alligator number cards from 1-120
• Small number cards from 1-120
• "I Spy" activities from 1-120.
• 2 blank number grids to program with whatever you want like upper and lowercase letters or equations.
• 2 kinds of alligator manipulatives for addition, subtraction, counting, sorting and patterning. (48 on a page.)
• Math sign cards ( + -- = ) so students can make equations and solve problems
• Skill sheets
• + 6 different certificates of praise.

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## Math Games for Winter!

Math Games Are "Snow" Much Fun!

A fun way for students to practice addition and subtraction is with Dominic the Domino Snowman.

Students roll a pair of dice and then add and subtract.  Children write out the equations and complete the work on a separate sheet of paper.

To make this even more interesting, students use dominoes for Dominic's buttons, finding matching ones that correspond with the dice combinations they rolled.

You can play with real dominoes, or run off my templates to make paper ones.

Run off, color and laminate a class set of the snowman templates and use dry erase markers, or have students color their own snowman and record their work on a separate sheet of paper.

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## Counting Booklets

1-2-3 Count Winter “Stuff” With Me!

Are you looking for some quick and easy readers that also incorporate math skills and have a winter theme?

You’ve come to the right blog!  The ever-popular 1-2-3 Come Count With Me booklets, have 3 suitable packets for winter: 1-2-3 Count Snowflakes With Me,

The booklets help students practice a variety of skills and standards, and are a fun way for children to learn or review, write, recognize and read numbers and number words.

1. Students read, trace and write the number and number word.
2. They see a number of "things" (snowmen, snowflakes, mittens) in a sentence and say it.
3. They spy the number in a sequence and circle it.
4. They X-out that many ten-frame boxes or use a bingo dot marker or stamp to fill them in.
5. They cut and glue the set/group to the matching numbered box.

It only takes one time for students to need assistance and then they can work independently on their books.

Teachers can do one a week or month, depending on your themes or needs of your students.

They are great for Daily 5, something to do when students have finished their work, something to send home to do with parents,  great for a sub folder or to send home with struggling students.

All of the packets include:

• At least 1 graphing extension
• Traceable-word wall word/number flashcards
• Covers for the flashcards to make Itty Bitty Books
• A "Plus one more" math skill sheet &
• A certificate of praise.

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