Students will enhance their number sense skills by practicing number recognition and counting, as well as work on their one-to-one correspondence, by filling a ten frame to match the represented number. This number sense deck covers numbers 11-20 in random order and has a fun cactus theme.
Note: students must fill ten frame from left to right.
This deck is also available in my shop on Teachers Pay Teachers!
Looking for Number Sense | Cactus 0-10 Ten Frames? You can find them here!
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Aside from Boom Cards being zero prep, they can also be used in Google Classroom, SeeSaw, and/or directly through the Boom Learning website. A purchase will provide you with a license for your whole class to play on one deck, individually or at the same time! They are perfect for remote/distance learning! Note: These files are not meant to be shared. Single purchases are for single classroom use only. You may purchase an additional license if you wish to share the files with another teacher. Additionally, they may not be shared with parents or put on a school-wide server that is not password protected. Sharing is a violation of copyright and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Boom cards are also a fun and interactive way for students to work on specific skills, while also providing you with feedback on students’ progress (if students are logged in). Note: If your students are playing in Fast Play, you will not be able to check their answers.
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How do I assign Boom Cards in an LMS (Google Classroom, Schoology, SeeSaw, Canvas, Moodle, Powerschool, Class Dojo, Microsoft Teams, and more)?
As mentioned above, Boom Cards can be used in Google Classrooms, as a hyperdoc! Click here, for a video explaining the process.