## Five Frame

Grade:

Pre-K-2

Standards:

Math Content:

Number and Operations

Thinking about numbers using frames ofÂ 5 can be a
helpful way to learn basic number facts. The four games that can be played with
this applet help to develop counting and addition skills. (This applet works
well when used in conjunction with the Ten Frame
applet.)

Choose one of the four games that can be played
with this applet:

**How Many:**Identify how many items or empty squares there are.**Build:**Drag a certain number of items to the frame.**Fill:**Determine how many items are needed to fill the remaining squares.**Add:**Drag items to complete addition problems.

Choosing **Play All** from the Games menu will randomize which of the four
games is played.

The items to be used can be chosen in the upper left corner: circles, bugs, stars, or apples.

The **Next** button advances to the next problem. The **Done** button
should be clicked when you believe that you have correctly completed a frame.
The number buttons at the bottom of the screen can be used to enter an answer,
or the computer keyboard can be used.

Questions for students:

- What does the word "zero" mean?
- Split 5 ladybugs into two groups. Can you do it a different way?
- Can you count to 5? Can you count down from 5?
- Create a story problem using one problem in the interactive.