Winter Themed Math Centers for Kindergarten | Frame Mats



Looking for a fun counting and subitizing center to practice number sense? This Winter Themed Math Activities resource is full of fun, engaging, hands-on differentiated math activities for your students to practice. With these Ten Frame Mats makes the perfect Math Center activity for your Kindergarten students this Winter season. Learners will practice one to one correspondence, number recognition and counting with numbers 1 to 10.

Perfect for use during kindergarten math centers or with small groups of students, these winter ten frame mats are simple to prepare and can be used again and again. Both color and black and white versions are included in this resource.

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Kindergarten Winter Math and Literacy Centers

What is included in this Winter Math Center for Kindergarten resource?

  • Hibernating Bears Ten Frame Mats
  • Ice Skates Ten Frame Mats
  • Black and white copies

How do learners complete these Kindergarten Ten Frame Mats Cards?

  • Present learners with the ten frame mats.
  • Learners will first count the number of objects on the ten frame.
  • They will then fill a ten frame with the matching number of objects such as pom-poms, cubes or counting bears.
  • Finally, learners will trace the number at the bottom of the cards.

Preparing this Winter Kindergarten Math Center:

  • Print the ten frame mats and laminate them.
  • Cut apart to create individual ten frame mats.

How to best use this Winter Ten Frame Mats Math Center:

  • Explore during morning work
  • Assign as supplemental math centers
  • Implement these centers in an independent way or use them with small-groups.

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