Here are some blank tens frames I created for my students to use. They are big enough to place manipulatives and counters on them. I printed them on cardstock and laminated them for durability. These are great for helping kids make tens partners and adding/subtracting to 10.
FREEBIE! (2nd TPT Milestone Celebration) Includes 8 pages of Language Arts and Math (writing - tell a story, reading comprehension - Who? What? Where?, fix it up sentences, scrambled sentences, morning work, ten frames, addition word problem, and subtraction with manipulatives) K-2 resource
This includes everything you need to help your student practice their number sense with tens frames. There are practice sheets for numbers 0-20. There are also two hands-on activities: tens frame matching and tens frame war. Both can be played as an independent center activity. There are practice sheets on: *tens frame matching *cut and paste tens frame matching *shade in tens frames *comparing tens frames using >, <, and =