# An Introduction to 10 Frames

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```					An Introduction to

10
Frames
How many apples do you
see?

Now how many do you see?
This is called a 10 frame.
It has room for ten things.

How many apples are in
this frame?
8
How many boxes are
empty?
2
Let’s try another one.
How many apples do
you see?

Let’s put them in a 10 frame.

How many apples are in
the 10 frame?
4
How many boxes are empty?
6
How many?

6 apples
How many boxes are empty?
4
Do you see a pattern?
How many?

7 apples

How many boxes are empty?
3
How many?

3 apples

How many boxes are empty?
7

Hmmm, what’s going on here?
Remember this one?

How many apples are in
this frame?
8
How many boxes are
empty?
2
How many?

2 apples

How many boxes are empty?
8

Can you explain what is
happening?
How many?

9 apples

How many boxes are empty?
1

Can you predict what will be
on the next screen?
How many?

1 apple

How many boxes are empty?
9

Was your prediction correct?
This one is a little different.
How many?

5 apples

How many boxes are empty?
5
one?
What would happen if we did
the next screen like we did the
others?
Now you’re going to play a game with 10
frames. Spin the spinner. Place that number of
markers on your 10 frame. Count how many
boxes are empty and move your playing piece
that many spaces.
Start

Follow the apple path back to the apple

tree  .
1        2
8                      3

7                      4
Finish                        6        5
Spin the
spinner.       1   2

8           3

7           4

6   5
Put 3 markers on your
10 frame. Then count
1   the number of empty
boxes.
2   3

4   5   Move your playing piece
the number of empty
6   7   boxes.
Start

Follow the apple path back to
the apple tree.

1     2
8                  3

7              4
6     5
Finish
Spin the
spinner.       1   2

8           3

7           4

6   5
Put 5 markers on your
10 frame. Then count
the number of empty
boxes.
1

2   3   Move your playing piece
the number of empty
4   5   boxes.
Start

Follow the apple path back to
the apple tree.

1     2
8                  3

7              4
6     5
Finish
Keep going on like this until you
reach the apple tree in the center of
the board. If you are playing with a
partner, the first one to the apple tree
is the winner.
Start

Follow the apple path back to
the apple tree.

1     2
8                  3

7              4
6     5
Finish
Be sure to talk about the
math you see while you
are playing. Good luck,
and have fun!

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