Lemonade Ten Frame Printables for Kids
The kids have been on a lemonade kick lately so I thought a set of printable lemonade ten frames would be a fun addition to our math lessons! They’re a fun way to practice counting and are perfect to pair with playdough or dry erase markers.
I’ve also teamed up with a great group of bloggers to bring you a fun $200 giveaway to celebrate Felice Gerwitz from Vintage Homeschool Moms who is celebrating her 400th Podcast Episode on Vintage Homeschool Moms!! All the details for that are below. 🙂
Materials Needed for these Lemonade Ten Frames
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- Printer paper
- Laminator/laminating sheets (optional)
- If you don’t want to laminate, you could use these reusable dry erase pockets (we love using ours!)
- Dry erase markers
- Counters – we love these beautiful glass stones, these unifix cubes are fun too, or you could also use these colorful reusable ice cubes
How to Use These Lemonade Ten Frames
- Print out the ten frames.
- Laminate them and then cut them out.
- Or, if you own’t be laminating them, cut them out and then slip them into a dry erase pocket.
- Place a bowl of of math counters, some playdough, a dry erase marker, and a ten frame in front of your child and invite them to make a playdough snake and shape it into the number on the card. They can also trace the number with a dry erase marker as well as place the appropriate number of math counters on the grid. You could also ask them what two numbers they could use to make the number on the card. For example, if the number on the card is 3, they might tell you 1 and 2 make 3.
- You could not laminate the cards and use dot markers to dot on each cube on the grid and on the number.
These lemonade printables also pair nicely with these wooden number boards.
This printable can be found on page 22 of the resource library.
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