Today, I’m bringing you a little freebie to help kids recognize numbers to 6. You’ve heard me talk (preach?) a lot about subitizing, which is a fancy word for recognizing small quantities without counting, and this little game helps kids practice that by using number cubes.
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It’s important that you use number cubes with dots, not numbers, to get the most out of this game. To play, students roll the number cube with dots and place their chip on a space with the corresponding number. The goal is to get 4-in-a-row, so there’s strategy involved.
Click here to grab your freebie. Enjoy!