Magnetic Double Ten-Frame Dry Erase Demonstration Board Kit

Item: 160787

Item #:  160787
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Demonstrate Base-10 Number Concepts And Reinforce Number Sense

This ten-frame dry erase board and colored magnets will help you demonstrate to students how to build, add, and subtract numbers inrelation to 10. The two ten-frames help students work with numbers 10 to 20. And you can turn the board sideways to introduce place value.

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Standards Spotlight:
Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from.
  • One-sided, magnetic dry erase board
    Size: 18" by 12"

  • 25 red magnets and 25 yellow magnets
    Size: 1⅜" diameter each

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3 Star
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Reviewed by 3 Customers
2 Stars

Not what I expected!

Not what I expected! Very heavy for my kindergarten student, impossible to put it in the board!
By Ely from , FL
2 Stars

Not what I expected

The board is not magnetic, only the discs. It is hard to keep the ten frame board on the white board if there aren't enough discs used in the problem. I am disappointed.
By Long time teacher from , CA
5 Stars

Double Ten Frame Great Visual

Love this product and have used it for more than one Topic in our Math curriculum. Students were able to watch me use it as a model and also use it themselves independently. Makes a great center activity too!
By I love teaching first grade from , WI