Does it feel like winter where you are??  We haven't seen any real snow accumulations just yet, but it has been cold!  These snowman teen number and ten frame cards will have your students thinking winter!  Plus, they are great for working with those tricky teen numbers!  

To prepare this activity, I just printed the cards on white cardstock.  I laminated them because I knew that little hands would be using them.  Then I just used my paper cutter to cut out the cards along the solid black line.

This set of cards includes cards for numbers 11-19.  These numbers are always tricky for my students (I mean why isn't 15 "five-teen"?!?!).  I wanted something fun for them to use when practicing these numbers.  

The great part about these cards is that they can be used in different ways:
*Give students cards and have them match the number with the ten frame.
*Shuffle cards and lay them out to play a memory game with them.  
*Have students match cards and then use a manipulative of choice to count out that same number.  Cotton balls would be a cute idea since they look like snowballs! 

These cards are great to use with your students as a math warm-up, as partner work, at a math station, or with a small math group.

Ready to grab your FREE Snowman Teen Number and Ten Frame Match Cards?!  Just click the image below to grab your FREE set of cards!

Looking for more snowman themed activities?!  Check out these ideas from some amazing bloggers!
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Snowball Shooter // The STEM Laboratory
Snowman Subtraction Mats // The Kindergarten Connection
Snowman Alphabet Activity // Mom Inspired Life
Snowman Writing Paper with Prompts // Liz's Early Learning Spot
Snowman Pattern Block Mats // Playdough to Plato
Snowman Sequencing Fun // Sara J Creations
Snowman Sight Word Search // Adventures of Adam
Snowman Rhyming Puzzles // Fairy Poppins
Snowman CVC Word Match // Letters of Literacy
Two Digit Number Snowmen // Play & Learn Everyday
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If you are a teacher, you probably love Target just as much as I do!  I LOVE shopping the Dollar Spot and I always find the cutest things for my classroom!  My teammate told me that she was giving her students the Christmas wands from Target to her students for Christmas gifts and I thought it was the perfect idea!  I made a gift tag that goes perfectly with the Christmas wands from Target. 
So if you haven't been to the Target Dollar Spot lately, right now they have the cutest Christmas items out!  These Santa, Snowman, and Reindeer Christmas wands were just too cute to pass up.  They are only $1 each.  They actually light up when you tap them on something, which I'm sure the kids will love.  I'm going to tell them to use them as pointers while they are reading!  
To get these tags ready, I just printed them on white cardstock.  I also have a black and white version included in the FREE download.  The black and white versions would look festive printed on green or red cardstock.  I just used my paper cutter to cut the tags in half horizontally and vertically.  Super easy!  Then I used a hole puncher to punch a hole in the left corner of the tag.  I found some festive ribbon, looped it through the hole on the tag, and tied it around the Christmas wand. 
I included two different options for you to use.  One version says, "Have a WAND-erful Christmas!" and one version says, "Have a WAND-erful Winter Break!"  To grab your FREE download, just click the image below!
You might also be interested in these gift tags that you can find in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store!
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