This is a large group math activity that goes well with a Gingerbread theme.
To prepare a magnetic ten frame board, use colored masking tape or electrical tape to make a grid with ten spaces (5 on the top row, 5 on the bottom row) on a metal cookie sheet. (Cookie sheets are usually sold at the Dollar Tree.) Download, print and cut out the Gingerbread Cookies (link below). Either print them on printable magnetic sheets, or print on card stock paper and attach a magnet to the back of each. This activity can be used at circle time, small group, or center time. Place any amount of the gingerbread cookies on the cookie sheet (one in each grid space), show children the cookie sheet, and have them hold up the same amount of fingers. For example, if you place 6 cookies on the cookie sheet, the children would show 6 fingers. Children can do this activity in the math center with a partner, one person placing cookies on the cookie sheet and the other counting and showing how many on their fingers.