subitizing, subitizing for numbers zero through ten
This file is designed for practice with counting, subitizing, number recognition, and numeral identification. Additionally, students will also get exposure with using scissors, sorting, and grouping. Students cut out the squares on the broken lines. Then they count the number of dots on the square and glue to the appropriate numeral. The procedure is repeated for each cut out square.
The activity sheets can be used at any time during the year. They are not attached to any particular month. They print with black ink. No color ink is needed for the "cut and paste" activities.
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This file includes the following:
1. Ten "cut and paste" subitizing dots - one for each of the the following groupings:
zero and one
one and two
two and three
three and four
four and five
five and six
six and seven
seven and eight
eight and nine
nine and ten
Each of the "cut and paste" sheets has three sets of dots. Print one sheet for every 3 students.
2. Ten "free form" sorting mats for the above groupings.
3. Ten sorting mats with placeholders. (These are designed for students that need a fixed location to position their cut outs with.)
4. Two-piece puzzles: Count and match the number of dots with the correct numeral.
The puzzles have a ladybug embellishment. There is a black ink and color ink version of the puzzles. The color version can be seen in one of the pages in the preview. The puzzles take less than 15 minutes to cut out. I recommend printing them on card-stock or laminating. The lamination process will add to the preparation time.
This file targets the following Kindergarten Common Core State Standards:
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
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