Subitising Flashcards 1 to 10

Subitising is a term that was coined by the theorist Piaget and defined the ability to instantly recognise the number of objects in a small group without the need to count them.           
    • Recognising numbers represented as dot patterns is an important step in developing number sense for your child.
    • With these flashcards you can teach your teach to recognise small groups (up to 10) on a number grid.
    • These are also great for learning addition and subtraction.

    The download includes:

    • 12 different versions of one dot flashcards.
    • 24 different versions of two dot flashcards.
    • 24 different versions of three dot flashcards.
    • 28 different versions of four dot flashcards.
    • 24 different versions of five dot flashcards.
    • 32 different versions of six dot flashcards.
    • 32 different versions of seven dot flashcards.
    • 24 different versions of eight dot flashcards.
    • 11 different versions of nine dot flashcards.
    • 1 version of 10 dot flashcard.
    • 8 blank flashcards to make your own patterns.
    There are 220 flashcards in total.

      Play some fun games with your child and get them recognising these patterns without even thinking. 

      Related Products for Parents:



        Back to the top