Learn to subitize regular and irregular dot patterns with this fun two player BINGO game!
* 2 players
* 1 game board run on card stock
* Color counters for each player
* One regular dot die or one “homemade” irregular dot die.
Each player will take turns rolling the die and determine how many dots they see. Students will put a marker on the number that is rolled. As children become more fluent with this skill, they will shift from counting each of the dots to immediately recognizing the pattern (subitizing). Students may play one chip per turn. I usually begin with using a die with regular dot patterns and then when students can quickly subitize the patterns, I move onto using irregular dot patterns. You can create your own die with any patterns you choose.
When a player has three chips in a row, they win that game and they place a chip on one of their circles at the bottom. Clear the chips after every game. The first player to win three games is the winner!