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10 and 20 Frame Double Sided
10 and 20 Frame Double Sided
10 and 20 Frame Double Sided
10 and 20 Frame Double Sided

10 and 20 Frame Double Sided

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Ten frames are excellent tools for teaching young children fundamental number concepts and visualizing numbers.

-Double sided wood.
-Fits Small Trofast or Beright bins.
-Fits Large Trofast or Beright Bins 
-No bins or accessories are included.

Here's how they can be used effectively in early math education:

  1. Number Recognition: Ten frames help children recognize numbers and their quantities. They can see how numbers are represented with dots in a structured pattern.

  2. Counting: Children can count the dots in each frame, which reinforces counting skills and helps with number sense.

  3. Subitizing: Subitizing is the ability to recognize the number of objects in a set without counting. Ten frames support subitizing by providing a structured arrangement of objects.

  4. Addition and Subtraction: As children become comfortable with ten frames, they can use them to practice addition and subtraction by combining or taking away dots from the frames.

  5. Place Value: Ten frames are an early introduction to place value. Children can see that numbers can be broken down into tens and ones, which is a foundational concept for more advanced math.

  6. Visualization: Ten frames provide a visual representation of numbers, making it easier for children to understand number relationships and patterns.

  7. Problem Solving: Children can use ten frames to solve simple word problems and develop problem-solving skills.

  8. Comparisons: Ten frames allow for easy comparisons between numbers, helping children understand greater than, less than, and equal to.

  9. Hands-On Learning: Using physical ten frames with counters or objects makes math a tactile and kinesthetic experience, catering to different learning styles.

  10. Transition to Larger Numbers: When children have mastered numbers up to 10, as you mentioned, they can flip the board to work with numbers up to 20, extending their understanding.

  11. Group Activities: Ten frames can be used in group activities to encourage cooperation, discussion, and peer learning.

  12. Teaching Strategies: Educators often use ten frames as part of effective teaching strategies in early math education to build a solid foundation for future mathematical concepts.

Ten frames are versatile tools that help children develop important math skills while making the learning process engaging and interactive. They provide a structured way to teach and understand numbers and lay the groundwork for more advanced mathematical concepts in the future.

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Warning: This product contains small parts which may pose a choking hazard. Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Adult supervision is required. (Until testing has been completed for this item)