These subitizing to 10 activities contains 12 different sets of images (a total of 161 different quick images) to work on subitizing and number combinations with numbers 3-10. This routine is a great way for opening your math lesson! Simply show the cards for a brief amount of time and have students practice work on subitizing quickly! Each image set contains directions and suggestions. These subitizing activities also include 3 separate Google Slides (a total of 270 slides). These Google Slides can be played as a whole class or done in small groups or at home on the computer or iPad through Google Slides. They are set to play as soon as the link is clicked and they are set to a 2 second timer.
What Subitizing Activities Are Included?
- 5 Frames: Purple Dots (15 cards)
- 5 Frames: Purple and Blue Dots (10 cards)
- 5 Frames: Suns and Rainbows (15 cards)
- 10 Frames: Green dots (21 cards)
- 10 Frames: Green and blue dots (18 cards)
- 10 Frames: Stars (15 cards)
- 10 Frames: Flowers (12 cards)
- Subitizing 0-6: Dogs (9 cards)
- Subitizing 5-10: Trees (12 cards)
- Subitizing 3-10: Apples (12 cards)
- Subitizing 6-10: Elephants (10 cards)
- Subitizing 3-10: Dots (12 cards)
- Google Slides Tell Me Fast: 1-5 (113 slides)
- Google Slides Tell Me Fast: 1-10 (89 slides)
- Google Slides Tell Me Fast: Number Combinations (68 slides)
What Skills Do These Measurement Kindergarten Activities Address?
- Students will subitize groups of numbers 0-5 and 0-10.
- Students will verbalize and explain how they see the different numbers.
- Students will practice using equations to explain their thinking.
- Students will practice decomposing and composing numbers.
➕➖✖️➗ What Math Standards Do These Measurement Kindergarten Activities Address? ➕➖✖️➗
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1-20, count out that many objects.