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Ms. Peppers

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Subitizing with fingers, dice, and ten frames

Subitizing means knowing how many right away, without counting. We can practice subitizing by looking at sets of fingers, looking at the pips on the faces of dice, and looking at dots in ten frames. Tap the green to get started. On page 1, tap play ▶ to review subitizing by practicing with a video. Look at each picture and try to say how many before I do. Starting on page 2, look at the picture on each page. Don't count how many fingers, pips, or dots there are, just look and tell how many you see right away. Once you know how many, use the to tell me. Remember, don't count! When you're finished with all of the pages, tap the .

Kindergarten, Pre-K, Math
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Watch the video. Try to say how many before I do.