Ten-Frames Pocket Chart™

Item: 160521

$ 34.99
Item #:  160521
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Provide Students With The Perfect Format To Work On Ten-Frame Activities


Deepen students' understanding of adding and subtracting with this interactive, multi-level pocket chart. Use one frame with colored cardsand the write-on/wipe-off cards to introduce students to ten-frame activities, then progress to using multiple frames as larger-numberconcepts are mastered.

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Product Information
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Standards Spotlight:
Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understandsubtraction as taking apart and taking from.
Details:
  • Two-ply nylon fabric pocket chart
    Size: 25" by 35", with grommets, magnetic strip, and storage pocket

  • 64 red/yellow cards
    Size: 2" by 3" each, laminated

  • 10 number sentence cards
    Size: 8" by 3", Write Again® wipe-off laminate

  • 3 How Many? cards and 3 blanks
    Size: 8" by 3" each, Write Again® wipe-off laminate

  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 3 reviews)

Pros

Easy To Use (3)
Customizable (3)
Versatile (3)
Colorful (3)
Good Value (3)

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Reviewed by 3 Customers
5 Stars

Large and Versatile

Good for introduction of new concept lesson or review in whole group or small group instruction.
2/25/2015
By Coffey Time from , AZ
4 Stars

Ten Frame Pocket Chart

The pocket chart is just a little less than I hoped for. The usual heavy blue material is a little lighter and plasticized on one side. It does look like it will hold up though. The magnet is holding it to my door well. The cards are also just a little on the light side and may get damaged. We will have to see! However, I love being able to model with actual objects that the kids can then do themselves (not just a smartboard screen). Thank you!
8/11/2014
By Trying to Keep K Active! from , NV
5 Stars

Awesome

I teach Kindergarten and this is a great visual for them when they are learning about 10 frames and especially their numbers 11-20. It has a magnet on back or you can hang it from a pocket chart. I love it!!!!
2/1/2014
By from , KY
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