In addition to the five and ten frame,the subitizing resources below will help your students develop early number sense and begin to build fact fluency as well.

In this activity students will be given a hundreds chart that is partially filled in. The numbers are highlighted and read aloud in order. When a blank square is next, students have to type in the missing number and then it continues counting. The activity is called Count Along to 100!

Help the frog jumpacross the pond by clicking on the numbers on the lily pads that come next.

Suggestions for Digit Cards:

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Utilize these in your daily instruction as an Every Pupil Response strategy for various math skills.

In small groups, students can choose a domino and then use their digit cards to make the fact family for the pips that were shown on the domino that was chosen.

Use the fact family templates and place digit cards in the correct places.

Working in pairs, students could draw 2 cards from their bag and make a two digit number. The partners then compare their numbers using <,> or =.

Working in groups of three, students could draw two cards each from their bag. Have each make a 2 digit number and then have them put them in order from least to greatest or greatest to least.

Consider making your digit cards in different colors so that partners or groups can keep better track of their cards.

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