We’ve been working hard practicing with our ten frames for the last couple of weeks. We have also been doing an author study of Laura Numeroff and reading some of her books. I thought it was fitting to break out the donut mini erasers and use them to work with our ten frames with these Free Printable Donut Ten Frames.
THIS ACTIVITY WORKS WELL WITH
Free Printable Donut Ten Frames
I set out If You Give A Dog a Donut along with our donut ten frames for one of our centers.
These donut ten frame cards are a fun math center for kids to work on counting, one to one correspondence, and even decomposing numbers. Each card has the number and the number word for recognition. They work great for early finishers and make are a great addition to math centers.
You can download the Free Printable Donut Ten Frames by clicking the green box below.
And to give the students even more practice, I have made ten donut task cards to go along with these as well. You can find those here.
You can also find another set of free penguin ten frame cards in this post here.
What’s your favorite activity using ten frames?
See you next time!