Fall 10 Frame Center

I bought some adorable little plastic pumpkins at the Target Dollar Bin (which are supposed to be used for table confetti), and I made a 10 Frame mat to go with it.  Of course, I left the little pumpkins at work, so I used some Halloween erasers that I had at home to take pictures with.  I am going to use these for October and November as one of our math centers.  The students will use the mats to place fall manipulatives in the 10 Frame boxes.

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Here is the Fall 10 Frame Centers Pack.  It includes a mat for numbers 1-10, a recording sheet to check for understanding, and printable small pumpkins if you don’t have manipulatives that you can use in your classroom.  And of course, it is aligned to the Common Core Math Standards for you! 🙂

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4 responses to “Fall 10 Frame Center”

  1. Natalie Avatar

    I bought those same plastic pumpkins and was trying to figure out how to use them…this is perfect! Thanks!

    Teachery Tidbits

    1. Michelle Griffo Avatar
      Michelle Griffo

      Natalie! That is so funny that you know what little pumpkins I am talking about! 🙂

  2. smoran892 Avatar

    I love using the erasers or mini pumpkins instead of the plain old red/yellow counters I use allll dayyyy longgggg! Tricks the little ones into thinking they're doing some totally new and fun… even though its we're just making numbers – again! Lol great ideas Michelle!

    T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)