Cookie Ten Frame Matching Game

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Do you have any cookie fans in your classroom? I bet you do! This free Cookie Sheet Ten Frame Matching Game is great to have on hand in your Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom for a fun, hands-on math center. Your kids will have so much fun “baking cookies” while learning to match ten frames to numerals!

*Pair with our Counting Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

This free Cookie Sheet Ten Frame Matching Game is perfect to have on hand in your Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom math centers!

This activity is fairly quick to prep, and the best thing about it is that I can stick it in a Ziploc bag and use it again from year to year!

I printed out the ten frame cookie sheets and the number cookies on cardstock and laminated them for durability. Then I cut them apart on the solid black lines. You can cut the cookies out on the solid square lines or cut them into a circle for a more “cookie” feel.

Each cookie sheet ten frame card has a cookie card with a number that matches.

How to Play

This ten frame matching game is perfect to play year-round. I like to add it to our math centers after reading If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (a fan favorite!).

There are several ways to play. You could just have kids pick up the cookies and cookie sheets and pair them as they go along, you could play it like a memory game and put them face down until you find the matches, or you could play a more guided version in a small group.

Since I usually play with small groups when I introduce a new activity, we first laid out all of the cookie sheets in order from 0-10 (yes, this includes that tricky number 0 that sometimes gets left out!).

We started by laying out the cookie sheet ten frame cards from 0-10.

RELATED RESOURCE: Number Easy Readers 0-10 for Pre-K & Kindergarten

Then, we took turns picking up a ten frame and identifying how many dots were in it.

Some kids counted one by one, while others who are a bit stronger at subitizing were able to recognize the amount instantly without counting.

When we knew the total, we matched up the cookie sheet with its cookie. We kept going until all of the cookies had found their match!

Students picked a cookie number card and found the matching cookie sheet ten frame card.

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Looking for more cookie ideas for teaching? You will love this collection of cookie-themed activities and printables from some of my favorite kids’ activities bloggers!

Fun cookie-themed learning activities for kids!


Cookie Counting Games // The STEM Laboratory

Cookie Alphabet Pre-Writing Cards // Modern Preschool

2D Shape Cookies and Milk // Sara J Creations

Cookie Ten Frame Matching Game // The Kindergarten Connection

Felt Cookies Baking Set // Teach Me Mommy

Cookie Counting Playdough Mats // Schooling a Monkey

CVC Cookie Match with Pictures and Words // Liz’s Early Learning Spot

Mouse and Cookie Alphabet Matching Game // The Kindergarten Connection

Editable Cookie Word Work Game // Playdough to Plato

Cookie Counting Clip Cards // A Dab of Glue Will Do

Cookie Roll and Cover Math Game // Mom Inspired Life

Rhyming Cookies // Fairy Poppins

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  1. I can’t thank you enough for sharing all your awesome activities! Your resources are just so fun and my students like them so much!!! Thank you again and sorry for so many downloads but I’m excited to get ready for this school year (going back to Prek) Thank you!!!

    1. Hi Hope!
      This is wonderful news! We are so very happy to hear that you are enjoying our resources. Have a wonderful school year in Pre-k!

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