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Learning Resources 10 On The Spot! Ten Frame Game

By: Learning Resources Item#: 2004821
This bingo-style game is not about matching, it's about making 10! Cover the numbered spots on the ladybug with the numbered pieces that together make ten! Cards feature ten-frames on one side for beginners and numbers on the reverse for more advanced players. Fill your card and win! Cards measure 6 x 8 inches. Grade K

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  • Helps children learn about counting to ten
  • Increases visual sensory development
  • Easy for small hands to grasp
  • Increases dexterity and fine motor skills

What's in the Box

  • 6 Double Sided Cards
  • 72 "Spots" Pieces


Item #:2004821

Brand:Learning Resources

Grade Level:Grade K

Selling UOM:Each

Ship Method:Parcel

Certifications:Not Applicable

Safety:No Choking Hazard

Invoice Description:GAME - 10 ON THE SPOT TEN-FRAME

Allergens:Contains No Allergens

Age Range:5 years

Description:10 On The Spot


Product Dimensions:8 x 6 inches

Learning Resources 10 On The Spot! Ten Frame Game is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great resource My students love this game! Teaching prekindergarten math skills can sometimes be a challenge, especially when trying to introduce simple addition and subtraction. This game is a great way to introduce those skills without boring or overwhelming students.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun way to engage younger kids with math This math skills game from Learning Resources is another win in their column! Featuring cute cartoon ladybugs all with numbers on their spots, children are challenged to fill their spots by adding the number on the ladybug to a spot to equal 10. For example, if your ladybug's open spot has a two on it, you need to get a spot with the eight. You can play this competitively, by flipping spots one at a time and having whoever is the fastest to grab it - first one to fill their ladybug, wins! Or, the first few times we played, we played cooperatively. We each had a ladybug and as we went through the game, we would figure out what would get us to 10 (phrasing it different each time as to get them used to the different math terms) and then finding who needed that number.
Date published: 2014-05-16

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