Subitizing is a foundational skill needed to build number sense in our young mathematicians. Subitizing is the ability to know how many without counting all. Most people can say how many there are for quantities up to 5 without counting. Beyond 5, the 'eye' begins to see groups of quantities and puts those quantities together.
Short, daily activities using dot cards such as these, can help develop this ability in your students.
Included are 56 dot cards with quantities from 1-10. There is also a page explaining what subitizing is as well as a website I found that shows how to sequentially build this understanding.
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