There are 325 Quick Images that you can use to project on your screen OR print out. Images include: Ten Frames, Dominoes, Fingers, Dice, Large Dots, Rekenreks, Dots on Balloons, Bear Counters, Tally Marks.
I’ve been practicing Subitizing with my Firsties for the last two years but got tired of making quick images on paper plates or construction paper. They always ripped or got lost. That’s why I made this Power Point. Don’t worry! You can also print the images if you want. If using for a center activity, you can print two or three to a page.
When I use them as part of Number Talks, I usually cut the images (slides) that I want for that session and paste at the top of the presentation so I can have them all easily accessible in the order I need them in as I teach. I don’t want to have to scroll through 300 slides! Subitizing is part of the K Common Core Standards: K.CC.A.1, K.CC.A.2,K.CC.A.4,K.CC.A.5
Find out more about Subitizing:
What is Subitizing?
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