Ten Frames for Numbers 1-10 Google Slides

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Ten Frames for numbers 1-10 Google Slides

Free numbers 1-10 counting activity for preschool and kindergarten. Practice counting to 10 with these fun ten frame Google slides activities! Perfect for math centers, distance learning, homeschool and more!

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15 Comments

  1. I simply love all your activities and google slides. As a teacher for many years I cannot tell you how you have made my life so easy. Thank you! I appreciate you!

  2. These are just AMAZING resources! They are of great quality and very appealing. Thank you for generously sharing Kim! 😍😍😍
    Just that sometimes I try a number of times
    to have it send to my email.

  3. Thank you for these resources! I am learning how to be tech savvy in this crazy thing that is distance teaching and you are a Godsend. Stay healthy!!

  4. Thanks so much for the Google Slides. I am unable to get the objects to move once I download the slides. I tried clicking on “present” to change it to “edit”, but “edit” was not an option. Can you help me figure out what I should do?

    I really appreciate you sharing and making these wonderful slides. I’d love to use them for distance learning once i can get the objects to move and be interactive. Thanks!

    1. When the activity is opened in the web browser it is showing you a preview of the activity and there will not be an option to “edit”. If you close out your web browser and go to the Google Slides website, or open the Google Slides app on your iPad you will be able to access the activity that way and it will open in “edit” mode. For some visuals and more detailed instructions check out our Google Slides Tutorials found on our Digital Resources page!

  5. During this time of distance learning and needing to provide ‘hard copy learning materials,’ these colorful and useful resources will be so helpful! Thanks so much!

  6. Hi, Kim- I just spent two full days in tech trainings so that we can get our distance learning off the ground. Your work has been so helpful in providing fun, relevant activities for kids to do at home. And, yes, it’s crazy pants around here, too!

  7. Thank you SO much! You are truly amazing. These are going to be perfect for my Kinders during this time of”remote learning”.

  8. Google slides that you forward is a gr8 resource to teach so many wonderful things specially now that we are on Remote learning modeπŸ˜€. Thank you Kim