# Ten Frame BINGO

I don’t know about you, but we’ve been hard at work learning about place value and how to make numbers in the teens (10+__ = __).  I decided to get out my Ten Frame BINGO game so that we could practice recognizing quantities on the Ten Frames.

There are enough mats for a whole class to play with completely different mats.  We use unifix cubes as markers, but you can use what you have.  I call out a letter and number and the kiddos have to find that combination on their mat.  Calling cards are included as well.  I’m giving one away free to a lucky someone who comments on my blog post–you may need to make your way to my blog if you’re reading this on Facebook or Twitter. 🙂

## About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on April 26, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.

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1. Kim Chaiken

Starting base ten this week. This would be perfect!!!

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2. Kathy

what a creative idea. I would love something like this for my pre-k class.

Kathy

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3. linda sells

These are awesome!!

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4. Ada Frank

What an awesome game. I’d love to have it for my kindergarten class.

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5. Tina Sullivan

We are working on this in my class again this week. (It has been our focus the past week and this upcoming week.) I would love to have this as we practice building the teen numbers.

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6. Maria

I would love to win this!

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7. Michelle D.

This looks like a really fun way to practice those teen numbers and ten frames! I’m sure your class loves to play this!

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8. Megan

This looks perfect! I know my kids would love it.

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9. Lisa Sardinha

What a great idea!

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10. Dawn Jenke

This is great! We are working on teen numbers and composing and decomposing double digits in the nex few weeks. This would be a nice addition to what we are doing.

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11. This is a great way to practice tens and ones! Love this!
Lisa

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12. Susan Lindsey

This would be perfect for my kindergartners! I’d love to win it!

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13. Karen Brogan

I would love to have this for my students. What a fun way to practice 10 frames.

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14. Lynda

Hi Kristen, I have a special needs class and we have been working hard to recognise numbers on ten frames without counting. These would make a fantastic addition to class.

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15. Very fun! What a great idea!!

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16. Deb

LOVE this, I have taught K for almost 30 years & never got into base ten. This year, using tally marks & ten frames and ALL the kids totally get it & love to make combinations. So proud of my kiddos! Thanks for your awesome ideas!

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17. J.Morrell

Sounds like it’s the time of year to teach base ten in kindergarten! Who would have thought 15 years ago that we’d be teaching this? It’s great to find things to appeal to a kindergarten mind with an advanced skill. This idea looks great Kristen!

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18. Becky Gempeler

I love this and want this! If I don’t win, can you post the link for this as I don’t see a link to purchase them! My kinders would love this! Thanks!

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19. susan

What a smart idea! I can see the kiddos having a great time playing this.

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