Use this ten frame printable in various daily maths lessons.
Printable Tens Frame for Your Maths Toolkits!
The printable ten frames is an excellent resource to enhance your students’ mathematical skills. This tool utilizes the ten frame, a straightforward yet effective method, to provide a better understanding of numbers and inspire a deeper understanding of numbers.
Use this resource in a variety of ways in the mathematics classroom. Print the page on coloured card and use coloured counters.
This resource can be used to reinforce the following:
- The understanding that 100 is made up of ten 10s.
- Double-digit addition within 100
- Double-digit subtraction
- Place value up to 100.
What Can You Teach with a 10 Frame?
- Teach Your Students to Subitize! Ten frames help students develop subitizing skills, which is identifying the number of items in a group without counting them individually. The filled squares on the frame make it easy to perceive the number of objects in a set.
- Practise Counting! By placing counters or manipulatives on the frame, students can efficiently count the occupied squares and reinforce their understanding of the correlation between numbers and objects through one-to-one correspondence.
- Compose and Decompose Numbers! Using ten frames can help students comprehend how numbers can be taken apart and put together to form larger numbers. This promotes their understanding of composing and decomposing numbers.
- Essential Addition and Subtraction! Ten frames are helpful tools for basic addition and subtraction, providing a visual model of combining and removing objects. By manipulating counters on the frame, students can efficiently perform addition and subtraction operations and generate mental maths strategies
There are two versions to choose from – one with the frames positioned vertically on the page and one with the frames positioned horizontally. Use the drop-down menu to select the one that best fits your needs.
Looking for a single or double ten frame instead? We have you covered! Click on the link below:
0 to 100 tens frames including the numerical and written form of the number, along with its tens frame representation.