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What are some strategies for 10s frame amount memorization? For example, if I show a tens frame with 3 circles, the student should be able to know its 3 without counting. Iíve been using stamps, stickers, for markets, counters,...


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When I taught I used a ten frame flash once a day. Thereís a few different ones.

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My kids love "flash and show". I flash the 10's frame and then they show the number. We switch it up by showing with fingers, numerals, or cubes on their own tens frame. They love when I do "super speed" with them for the easy ones where I flash it really really fast.



We also do a lot of games that involve tens frames in place of typical cards or dice (you can find 10's frame dice at Lakeshore) - play memory, match pics to numbers on the pocket chart, show them the 10's frame and they have to hop/clap/etc that many times.
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