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Feb
09

Grade 1 Student & Ten Frame [video]

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6 comments

  1. Susan Midlarsky says:

    Nicely done. Please see my detailed comments at http://susanmidlarsky.com/blog/blog_files/video_ten_frames.php .

  2. Quora says:

    What is the tens frame used for teaching mathematics?…

    The ten(s) frame is a term for an array of equal-sized spaces aligned as two rows of five to support the concrete and visual understanding of a base-ten number system. Students in primary grades may use a ten frame (printed and used as a mat or workspa…

  3. Lori says:

    I love this example of how ten frames work! Where can I find a ten frame stamp for the students’ math journals?

    1. kellitrainer says:

      I haven’t seen a stamp, but know that most office supply stores will create custom stamps even from a microsoft word doc. You could create a table with two rows and five columns and make the lines/borders thick enough to work as a stamp. Update your comment if you find anything. Having students use a journal as a writing and working space is a great idea!

  4. Kathy Butler says:

    Where could I get a copy of this video? My school blocks youtube, and I’d like to share this approach with some teachers. Thanks.

    1. Bubbi says:

      Clear, infornmatvie, simple. Could I send you some e-hugs?

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