Fourth of July comes once a year, but so many of its themes are used all year long. I made these fun Fourth of July Ten Frame Cards for kids to use and learn numbers.
These work great for one to one correspondence with a fine motor activity. The cards are a fun, hands-on activity and a lot of kids love and need these.
It is a great addition to the Fourth of July printables on the site.
Ten Frames are an excellent way to work on counting and math at the same time. They are used a lot in the start of Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade. By using the ten frames, kids have a different way of learning counting.
There are two types of ten frame cards. It allows for different levels of learning. You can use them to start to learn or review their numbers.
You have a number and matching stars filled in on the ten frame. It is great for the beginner to use.
You have a number on the boy or girl and a blank ten frame. It is good for the older kindergarten and review for first grade.
Things We Used With These Printables
Here are a few of the hands-on items we have used with these printables.
How We Used These Printables
One way we use the ten frame cards that are fill in is to have my girls cover the items to match the card. You can have them count while they do it. We use clear glass gems or clear counting chips for this. It allows they to still see the number they covered.
One way I have used the blank ten games where I printed the pages as they are and used a dot marker on them.
You can also use either ten frames for basic math. We used the blank or filled in cards. On the blank cards, I have them do two sets of unifix cubes colors to match up to the number.
On the filled in we match the numbers with two colors. We used the unifix cubes for this.
What you will find in the Free Fourth of July Ten Frame Cards:
- Numbers 1 to 10
- Ten Frame without picture
- Ten Frame with star images
- 10 blue & 10 red stars to use with ten frames
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