Have you been thinking about making your own dot plates for a while but you don't have a time to make them? Here is a solution! This package contains all the dot plates in letter size and square card formats. You can simply print and use the cards right away!
Dot plates help students build their important early number relationships including visual-spatial relationships, whole-part-part relationships, one-more/one-less relationships, as well as the concepts of making 10.
I use these cards as flash cards by showing them for 3-5 seconds to students, and they figure out how many dots are on the cards. You can also ask how many pink and blue dots are on the cards to develop whole-part-part relationships. Another way is to ask them how many more dots are needed to make 10. These cards are great for number talk sessions.