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Free Fall Counting Mats: Numbers 11 to 20 You could use these with candy, pom poms, or even play dough!

Math Coachs Corner: The Path to Automaticity with Addition Facts. Great blog post about teaching math facts K-2. But lots of my third graders don't have automaticity!!

Odd and Evens anchor chart idea. Some of my third graders don't have this down! (Picture only, no link)

FREE! Donuts Missing Addend Math Center! Kindergarten, First Grade, Special Education, Homeschool. Hands-on, active learning!

Life Over C's: Free Interactive Ten-Frame Activities

Number of the Day: Daily Number Sense Activity FREEBIE

Using ten frames as part of your calendar routine...perfect for a quick number sense activity each day!

Plastic cups and clear address labels make simple and cheap math center activities!

Little Minds at Work: Number Sense Routines Book Study: Chapter 3

Here's a packet with all kinds of counting and place value resources, including these double decker bus ten frames.

Sample page from: NUMBER SENSE AND PROBLEM SOLVING USING TENS FRAMES (40 pages to support student learning, K-1) $

Differentiation Station Creations: Making Ten Frames More Concrete Use egg cartons as ten frames. Brings the ten frames to life!

Snip off the end of egg-crates for instant ten-frames!

Students throw a ball or snowflake onto a number. Then, they make that number on a ten frame. Finally, they have to decide how many more to make tens. Also, they could make addition or subtraction sentences to match.