Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards & Worksheet

I think math is something we are always working on. I know that learning some math concepts is hard. I also know that it is often taught in steps.

I love using the ten frames to work on math and counting. Today I have a great free pencil ten frame addition cards. This is great for back to school review or just working on the idea during the year.

Plus it gives you a fun new math center for back to school time.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

These cards are a progress from using ten frame number pritnables. It is taking something kids have used already and showing them how it works for math.

There are two types of cards. One of the cards has just the equations without the ten frame filled in. The second one has part of the equation filled in on the ten frame. This gives you a card to work with different levels of learning.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

How We Use These Cards

The cards are nice because you can change up how you used them. Plus you can use the pencil theme all year long.

The first type of card has the pencils filled out for part of the equation. We filled out the second part of the equation with unifix cubes. I used yellow to match the pencils.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

The second type of card has the equation and nothing in the ten frame. This allows kids to build the equation on the ten frame. We use the unifix cubes again to fill in the equation.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

If you have the card laminated kids can write the answer on the cards with dry erase markers.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

I know that not everyone loves using the cards and having the parts to use with them. I have also made a worksheet that can be used with the cards. Each of the cards has numbers 1 to 12 on them that match up to the worksheet. It makes it a great math center activity. I like to give them two different markers to use with the pages.

Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com


What you will find in these printables:

  • Pencil themed cards
  • 2 sets of cards: one set filled in and one blank
  • 1 recording sheet
  • 2 sets of pencils to use with the cards
  • 9 pages of printables
Free Pencil Ten Frame Addition Cards - 12 cards with recording sheet with two styles of cards - 3Dinosaurs.com

Want more Addition and Subtraction printables for back to school? Check out the No-Prep School Themed Addition & Subtraction set with 30 pages of printables to use.

What in the No-Prep School Themed Math Printables Addition & Subtraction

It is a collection of 30 pages on no-prep activities for addition and subtraction. It also includes great math center activities of roll and graph and a math fact sheet.

No Prep School Themed Addition & Subtraction - 30 pages no-prep printables with a mix of addition and subtraction activities plus a math center activity - 3Dinosaurs.com #noprepmath #tpt #addition #subtraction

What you will find in these printables:

  • 30 pages of no-prep printables for addition and subtraction
  • School Themed Math Fact Review Page
  • Roll & Graph Addition for 1 to 6 and 1 to 10
  • Spinner to use with Roll & Graph and math fact page
  • Price: $4

You can check out a sample of the pages here.

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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