Valentine's Day Subitizing
Valentine's Day SubitizingValentine's Day Subitizing cards for the month of February.Includes:Ten Frame Subitizing CardsDice Subitizing CardsTally Marks Subitizing CardsDots Subitizing Cards Check out some of my other resources 120th Day of SchoolSubitizing All Year LongFollow Me FacebookBlogTeachers Pay TeachersClick on the star to follow me and to receive updates on new products.Thank you for purchasing!
Subitizing Bundle includes four of our popular subitizing activities!Subitizing dots helps students see groups within numbers, which supports flexible addition and subtraction strategies.Bundle includes:Subitizing BingoSubitizing FlashcardsSubitizing SortSubitizing MemoryIncludes activity directions, implementation suggestions, teacher prompts and ideas for differentiation!
Math Coach's Corner
Math Coach's Corner: Using Dot Cards to Build Number Sense. There's no doubt about it...subitizing is all the rage! So, now that you've made your dot cards, how exactly do you use them? First off, you want to develop routines for using your dot cards. You don't want to flash a card and just have students shout out the number. Read more and download free resources.
Subitizing Cards, Print and Digital
Common Core: Be Wise-Subitize, Developing Instant Recognition of Quantities. The ability to subitize, or instantly recognize small arrangements of items, is a foundational math skill. A few minutes of highly engaging practice each day is all it takes to develop this skill. This group of cards includes dice patterns, tally marks, hearts, and finger patterns. Includes instructions for how to use the cards in the classroom. Great for whole group or small group instruction. $
Savvy Subitizing Activity - The Recovering Traditionalist
Subitizing Activity: dot patterns, ten frames, rekenrek, finger patterns---The game Savvy Subitizing that I play with this deck of cards is a subitizing activity which builds students’ Spatial Relationships around numbers, but also develops the other number sense relationships of One/Two More or Less, plus, many of the cards encourage students to use the Benchmarks of 5 & 10.