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Math Clip Art--Number Models--Ten Frame--Modeling within Twenty-Image 4

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# Ten Frame--Modeling within Twenty-Image 4

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Numbers

## Description

This image features a ten frame with 17 red counters, effectively modeling the number 17. This visual representation helps students understand how numbers can be represented using ten frames, a fundamental concept in early mathematics education.

By using this image, educators can demonstrate the concept of counting and number recognition. The ten frame allows students to visualize the number 17, making it easier to grasp concepts such as addition and subtraction by adding or removing counters.

Math clip art, such as this animated image, is crucial in teaching mathematics as it provides engaging and interactive visuals that help students better understand abstract concepts. These resources are particularly beneficial for visual learners and can be incorporated into various teaching strategies.

**Teacher’s Script:** "Look at the ten frame. How many red counters do you see? If we add one more, how many will there be? What if we remove one? This helps us understand how numbers are formed and changed."

For a complete collection of animated math clip art related to Modeling Numbers with Ten Frames click on this link: __Math Clip Art: Modeling Numbers with Ten Frames Collection.__

Common Core Standards | CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.C.6 |
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Grade Range | K - 2 |

Curriculum Nodes |
Arithmetic• Addition• Addition Facts to 10• Numbers and Patterns• Counting• Place Value |

Copyright Year | 2022 |

Keywords | ten frame |