Visual animated presentations in the Think Bubble Mathematics series on the topic of Numbers to 20.

• ### Ten Frames: Numbers to 10 Pairs [PowerPoint TBM002a]

154 slides. Subitizing numbers ot 10 on a ten frame. Includes both rows and pairs arrangements. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 002a.

• ### Ten Frames: Numbers to 10 Rows [PowerPoint TBM002b]

154 slides. Subitizing numbers ot 10 on a ten frame. Includes both rows and pairs arrangements. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 002b.

• ### Ten Frame Template

2 p.Single ten frame for reprodution. Print, cut and laminate. Use with counters and [PowerPoint TBM002]

• ### Ten Frame Recognition

1 p. Template for ten frames, numeral and aural forms. Use with [PowerPoint TBM002]

• ### Comparing Numbers to 10 [PowerPoint TBM004]

50 slides. Compare and order numbers to 10. Ordinal numbers to 10. Includes one more, one less activities. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 004

• ### Comparing Numbers to 10 Worksheets

4 pp. Use with “Comparing Numbers to 10” [PowerPoint TBM004]

• ### Counting to 20 [PowerPoint TBM001]

110 slides. Activities include counting initially 10 objects then 20. Count on number lines to and from any number. Introduction to grouping ten into a full ten frame. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 001.

• ### Number Lines to 10 and 20

1 p.Number lines for counting numbers to 10 and 20 for duplication. Cut and laminate (optional). Use with [PowerPoint TBM001]

• ### Introducing Teen Numbers [PowerPoint TBM101]

77 slides. Introduction to teen numbers using double ten frames, including sequence for introducing the numbers 10-19. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 101

• ### Double Ten Frame Template

1 p.Template for duplication. Double ten frame to use with counters to show numbers to 20. Use with “Introduction to Teens” PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 101

• ### Number Lines to 20 Template

1 p. Template for duplication. Number lines to 20 to be used with “Introduction to Teens” [PowerPoint TBM101] and “Count On and Back 1, 2, 3” [PowerPoint TBM102]