# subitizing activities

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A fun holiday activity for primary grades. Students will love creating their very own snowman and at the same time, practice numerical recognition. Please follow my blog at Bedford, Love and Teaching.blogspot.com for more freebies!

Good morning! In Kindergarten and Grade 1, students need practice subitizing. That is, being able to recognize at a glance and name familiar arrangements of objects without counting. It's an important precursor to estimation, skip counting and multiplication, and depends on students' understandings of conservation -- that 5 is 5, no matter how it is…

Do you remember using dot paper as a kid? It was always one of my favorite things! My grandmother used to carefully draw the dots by h...

Hands-On Subitizing These subitizing activities are great for students who need hands-on practice recognizing numbers 0-10. Included are four activities to build number sense for your students.

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Hi there! Today I am popping in to share with you about my ENDLESS numbers bundle! This bundle works on the skill of numbers 1-20. The bundle will also not be just practice sheets, but mainly hands-on activities the kiddos can use during math centers or back at your intervention table! But first let’s …

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Back to school season is a busy time, and school supplies are often on the brain! At the beginning of the year in math we focus a lot on numbers and counting, including several activities that use ten frames. This pencil ten frame math activity is a perfect math center for Pre-K or Kindergarten students to practice number identification, counting, and one to one correspondence! Work on teen numbers too with our 20 frame version. Pencil Ten Frame Activity This math center is easy to prepare…

My students love to SUBITIZE . Subitizing is like quick images. It is simply the ability to quickly identify the number of objects in a se...

This colorful subitizing game is a fun way for students to improve their number sense. Several dot representations of numbers 1 to 6 are used. The roll and cover format is always a huge hit with my kids. This game can be played individually or in pairs - depending on your classroom structure and t...

Make 10 Using Ten Frames: Here's another way to practice adding up to 10 - ten frames! Red circles are provided. Have kids color more circles to add. A set of 6 worksheets with 8 problems per page.

Ten Frame Activities - Fast, Fun and Easy to Prep PrintablesWe have bundled up 20 fun and fast activities to help your students become familiar with ten frames. The activities are short and designed to integrate into your transitions and to use as time fillers. I have put each activity onto a card (...

Ten Frame Activities - Fast, Fun and Easy to Prep PrintablesWe have bundled up 20 fun and fast activities to help your students become familiar with ten frames. The activities are short and designed to integrate into your transitions and to use as time fillers. I have put each activity onto a card (...

Subitize to 10. Subitize is the ability to tell the number of objects in a set, quickly, without counting. Subitizing develops math fluency, when students re...

Hi Friends! We are getting into the swing of things in first grade, and my sweet little friends are just the best! I love when the first couple of weeks are under our belt, and we can really dive into the curriculum. In math, we have been working on "making a ten", and number combinations to ten using ten frames and number bonds. We started with some anchor charts and hands-on activities to build numbers, and this little low prep activity really had the kids engaged...and learning! We…

I hear a lot of people say this when they come across the word 'subitizing'! Subitizing is such an important skill for your little learners. They need to be able to instantly identify a number arrangement. It can be dots (like on a dice) or in a ten frame - tally marks - you name it, as long as its a visual representation of the number, other than a numeral. Now, the progression, in the skill 'subitizing' that I have shown in my differentiated plans, is just a progression that I have found…