Subitizing Freebie!

Ready for a FREEBIE!?!  
Here is a set of subitizing cards I made to use whole group with my class while working on number sense.  These cards have different dot representations for the numbers 0-10.  I simply hold a card up and the kids show me the number using their fingers held up in front of them. (Or sometimes we just yell out the answer!)

Subitizing Freebie,
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These could also be used as "Quick Image" cards. You would hold up the card for a couple of seconds while the students study it.  Put the card down while they recreate the dot pattern on their desks with manipulatives, then show the card again so they can check their work.  

Both of these activities allow the students to practice seeing patterns in numbers and being able to quickly identify amounts in sets without having to count each individual dot. 

Subitizing War
My students also love playing the classic card game of "War" so I made a Subitizing War that they can play during Math Centers!
You can also find this one in my Teachers Pay Teachers Store!
Subitizing War,

Subitizing Sort
To introduce numbers 0-10, we have been using this Subitizing Sort in the pocket chart so the kids can see the numbers represented in different ways.
You can also grab this one in my TpT store!
Introduce or review numbers 0-10 with different representations of the numbers


  1. Awesome! Thanks! I'm using for homeschooling.

    1. Yay! So glad you're finding it helpful! Enjoy!

  2. Thank you for this great research. this is a great tuning in for the little ones to see quantity and identify the matching spoken number. Thanks!!