Do you use ten or twenty frames in your class? It is a great way to work on number sense and subitizing (recognizing sets of numbers instantly without counting). Use these farm animal twenty frames math mats to develop those skills in a fun way!
*Pair with our Farm Centers & Activities for Pre-K/Kindergarten
Farm Animals 20 Frames Math Mats
There are so many ways to work on number sense! I like to use frames with small objects like pom poms because then we develop fine motor skills together with mathematical skills (counting, number recognition etc)!
These farm animal twenty frames printables are SO cute and will definitely be a hit with your kinders!
You can also pair up with a friend to make it a game.
How to Play
To use these farm animal cards to play a game divide the cards between the players.
Use a few dice (4 traditional ones will be good, or 2 of the type that goes up to 10) and take turns to roll the dice.
Count the dots and see who has that number card.
Count out the pom poms and place it on the card.
The player with all his/her cards filled first, wins!
RELATED RESOURCE: Subitizing Centers & Activities
See how plastic tweezers looks like the more/less/greater/less symbol? Amazingly so! Use that for individual or small group teaching.
Pick two cards to fill with pom poms, then place the tweezer to show more or less.
This is a great, visual way to introduce the greater/less concept!
Included in the twenty frames set are two cards with no numbers.
These can be used with dice. Simply roll a dice (traditional or the other type with more numbers) and place fill the frames accordingly. This might be a good option if you want to teach in a group.
Grab FREE Printables
Are you ready to grab a set of these adorable farm animal twenty frames now and get counting with your students? Then click on the large, yellow DOWNLOAD HERE button below!
Then, hop on over to see our Farm Counting Puzzles!