Ten Frames for the SmartBoard

If you are looking for a way to digitally manipulate ten frames on your classroom SmartBoard, then please help yourself to the file I worked on…  It’s appropriate for whole number or for decimal number explorations.  Games and tasks are suggested on the notebook pages, and regardless of whether you’re using the materials in primary or intermediate, they address the same concepts of part-whole or partitioning…

Because wordpress would not allow me to upload this file format, a colleague has graciously posted the file for me.

My thanks to Anita Strang of Coquitlam for including this file in her district storehouse of SmartBoard ready math resources…  The file is called “Ten Frames basic” and was created in April 2010.  And while you’re there, you should really check out other items on the list – you’ll even find some of my favourite primary math games from BEAM made into SmartBoard enabled files!



4 responses

  1. How do I download this? Thanks for sharing!

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  3. This looks awesome – just what I need. I am , however, unable to access it. I have hunted extensively for it. Would really appreciate some help on how to access it as I can’t seem to access Anita’s district storehouse. Thanks

  4. Where do i click to download it.

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