Kreative in Kinder
Kreative in Kinder: math centers...Students use clothes pins to count the dots and clip that many clothes pins to the plate. When they are done, they remove the clothes pins and grab antoher plate. This is cheap center activity that the kids enjoy, it's great for fine motor, and it is easy to put 20 different plates so they keep going and don't finish too early
Subitizing Clip Cards
Are you building number sense with your Pre-K or Kindergarten students? These subitizing clip cards are a great way to build up number sense and subitizing skills in your students - while working on fine motor strength, too! *Grab our Subitizing Centers for even more subitizing fun! What is Subitizing? You have probably heard about the importance of subitizing - but what IS it exactly? Well, it's something we do as adults all the time. If we are playing a game and roll the dice, we most…
Subitizing Activities For The Classroom - Rhody Girl Resources
Subitizing activities support the development of number sense. Come learn 5 ways to integrate subitizing activities into your every day classroom routines.
The Top 10 Posts of 2013
It's fascinating to look back over the past year and find the most frequently read posts. Here they are, in reverse order, for 2013... O...
Kids Create Subitizing Cards
My sweet kinders love to subitize. In case you're unfamiliar with subitizing, look at some of my past blog posts . Basically, we're work...
How to Use Subitizing | 5 Different Ways - The Recovering Traditionalist
How to Use Subitizing | 5 Different Ways. Have you ever wondered how to use subitizing in your classroom? Subitizing is the ability to instantly recognize ‘how many’. In this post, I'm sharing 5 different ways you can use subitizing in your classroom.
Your students will love practicing their number sense and subitizing skills with the classic partner game of "War". *This subitizing set includes 64 cards with numbers from 0-12 represented in different ways. *The subitizing pictures included on the cards are: ten frames, dominoes, dice, tally mark...
Differentiated Kindergarten Winter Math Fun - Differentiated Kindergarten
Winter math activities (Ok, let’s be honest, any math stations really . . . )are my favorite, because it just feels so much like game play to me and to my students. I know that many of you worry about accountability with math stations in your classrooms, but I really believe that if the…
Subitizing & Number Sense (1-10)
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.