Practice counting - Count from 0 to 10 slowly. As you (or your child counts) put manipulatives on the ten frame to represent these numbers. This is called one-to-one correspondence.
Fill the 10 frame - Tell your child a number from 0 to 10 and encourage him or her to fill the ten frame to represent that number. You can use fun manipulatives such as rocks, shells, pennies or gummy bears!
Look at pairs - When a ten frame has manipulatives on it, a child will learn to automatically recognize the numbers represented and create addition sentences. For example, 6 filled frames on the ten frame plus 4 blank frames equals 10. (6 + 4 + 10)
Use Multiple Ten Frames - Use more than one ten frame along with counters to help your child practise counting, representing, and adding larger numbers!