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Essential Learning Products Subitizing Activity Cards, Pack of 50, Grades K to 2

Item #: 2020944
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How Many? Activity Cards at Level I build perceptual subitizing (knowing how many without counting) with simple dot patterns. The Level I deck of cards presents simple dot patterns to practice subitizing number up to 20. This How Many? set contains 50 two-sided activity cards (each sized at 5 x 5 inches). Designed for Grades K to 2.
  • Simple dot cards will help students in Grades K to 2 learn how to recognize the correct number of objects in a group without having to county the objects
  • Self-checking two-sided design of each card have dots on one side and the number (with spelling) on the reverse side for easy answer checks
  • This set of 50 cards can be used as self-checking independent exercises or in small groups to learn and reinforce number sense, making 10, counting, and cardinality