DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing

DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
DIGITAL I Have Who Has Classroom Game: Subitizing
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3 options for differentiation It's I Have Who Has, gone digital!

Take I Have Who Has to the 21st century! Students will practice subitizing with pictures, numerals, or words, using any device connected to the internet. Great for review, practice, or a technology lesson, too!

3 games in 1! One game is for subitizing with tens frames and pictures. The second is for tens frames and numerals. The third is for tens frames and number words.
You choose what works best for your students.

Students open the link, find their number, and play the game! This is great for schools and classrooms who are 1:1 or Bring Your Own Device.

Play in small groups or with the whole group! Games are set up for 12 players. Less than that? Students can play with more than one digital card. More than that? Let students "buddy up" to play, or take turns.

Digital I Have Who Has games are a twist on the original games. No paper! Students open a Google form, receive a number, and begin the game! Detailed directions included in the teacher's guide make it easy for all ages and levels to play.

-Teachers who use Google classroom will be able to share the link to the game directly with students.

-No Google account? No problem! As long as students can access the internet, they will be able to play the game by typing in the student friendly link.

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Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
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