Subitizing and Dot Cards for Early Math Learners

Subjects
Grade Levels
Resource Types
Common Core Standards
Product Rating
Not yet rated
File Type
PDF (Acrobat) Document File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
0.02 MB   |   7 pages

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Before children learn to connect numerals with quantity, they need experience counting. Seeing groups as a whole instead of needing the count each dot one at a time is called subitizing. Subitizing is a great routine to practice with early math learners. I suggest starting with a dice and letting students have experience being able to "see how many" without having to count. Once they are able to see the arrangements 1-6, move on to dot cards. The cards I created are different arrangements of the numbers. Have fun.
Total Pages
7
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A

Average Ratings

N/A
Overall Quality:
N/A
Accuracy:
N/A
Practicality:
N/A
Thoroughness:
N/A
Creativity:
N/A
Clarity:
N/A
Total:
0 ratings
COMMENTS AND RATINGS:
Please log in to post a question.
PRODUCT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
$2.50
Digital Download
ADD ONE TO CART
User Rating: 3.9/4.0
 (11 Followers)
$2.50
Digital Download
ADD ONE TO CART
Subitizing and Dot Cards for  Early Math Learners