Now that your students are comfortable with ten frames over the number 20 you can introduce them to this I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 30 Game.
I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 30 Game
This game features 30 game cards – with numbers from 1 to 30. Numbers are represented both by ten frames and a numeric value.
We do recommend you print these game cards on card stock or laminate them to make them more durable (even more so if they are intended for classroom use).
How to play I Have, Who Has Ten Frames up to 30 game?
Educators shuffle the cards and distribute them to students (easy student needs at least one card, but can have more than one). Educators can also have a card. A student (or educator) is picked to start the game. The game starts by student reading the question part of one of their cards, for example “Who has 24”- Other students look at their cards and the one who has ten frames representing the number 24 replies “I have 24” and continues the game by reading the question part of their card.
The game ends when all cards are called.
What is included?
- 30 game cards
- answer key
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