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This I have...who has... game is a great way to teach or review ten frames and number recognition from 1 to 20. It can be used in small groups or with your whole class. It makes learning numbers fun.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Subitize: I Have... Who Has...? Ten-Frames to 20


Are your little learners ready to build their addition fluency? This fun game allows the whole group to practice their doubles and doubles plus 1 in a fun way! The game includes 22 fact cards and 2 bonus cards! If you love this game, check out the lessons and activity pages to help master these skills: Link-Addition to 20 Projectable Lessons and Game


Grab this free set of 20 frame playing cards and learn more about a quick and fun game for working on combinations of 10 & 20.

from Better Novel Project

20 Characters You Need to Start A Novel

9 Surprising Reasons You Need 20 Characters to Start a Book If you think you have nothing to write about in your novel’s first chapter, think again: you have 20 people to introduce, and fast! Harry Potter and The Hunger Games each introduce 19 characters in their first chapter, and Twilight introduces a whopping 24.


1.OA.6--Subtracting numbers within 20. I will use this as a center activity to help my students gain a better understanding of subtraction facts in a fun way!