teaching resource

# Halloween Maths Worksheets - Spooky Ten Frames

• Updated:  01 Sep 2023

Model numbers to twenty using ten frames with a spooky Halloween maths worksheet for year 1.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  F - 1

teaching resource

# Halloween Maths Worksheets - Spooky Ten Frames

• Updated:  01 Sep 2023

Model numbers to twenty using ten frames with a spooky Halloween maths worksheet for year 1.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  1 Page

• Years:  F - 1

Model numbers to twenty using ten frames with a spooky Halloween maths worksheet for year 1.

## Halloween Mathss for Year 1 – Using Ten Frames

Ten-frame activities are a great way to help students see, visualise, and represent numbers in multiple ways. They’re also essential for learning how to use and apply numbers. Incorporating ten-frame activities into your number sense lesson plans is a great way to help students understand this critical skill.

After introducing ten frames and familiarising your students with this tool, you can use ten frames and twenty frames to have all sorts of fun in the classroom!

This Halloween-themed ten-frame worksheet puts your students’ number modelling skills to the test. This pair of worksheets requires your students to identify and read a number (up to 20) and then model that number using spooky spiders in the ten frame.

Through this activity, students will show they can model numbers up to twenty using a ten frame.

## Differentiate and Scaffold Your Year 1 Maths Activities

Do you need to modify it for different student needs? Download our Editable version and modify the resource to match your students’ needs. You can also try these differentiation strategies.

• Vary the Number Range:

For students just starting to work with ten frames, focus on numbers 1-10 initially. Extend the range to 1-20 or even higher numbers for more advanced learners to challenge them.

• Manipulatives and Visual Aids:

Provide different manipulatives or visual aids, such as counters, beans, or even digital ten frames on a tablet or computer. This accommodates various learning styles and preferences.

• Multiple Representations:

Use multiple representations of numbers, including numerals, number words, and tally marks alongside the ten frames. This supports students who may excel in one area but struggle with others.

## Easily Prepare This Halloween Worksheet for Your Students

Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between this resource’s black and white PDF or editable Google Slides version.

This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a Teach Starter Collaborator.