This resources is from Tools4NCTeachers.Conceptual subitizing is recognizing smaller groups and adding them together, such as two dots plus two dots equals four dots. This set of dot cards helps students develop their ability to conceptually subitize. Use these with your daily math warm-ups or with any lesson focused around subitizing.
K Cluster 5 Additional Resources
This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.Looking for great teaching resources for Cluster 5? Look no further... This file is packed with suggested videos, books, online games, and fun activities for deepening students' understanding. Have other ideas to share, remix this resource to add you own addtional resources.
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This file contains directions and materials for ALL Tools4NCTeachers Math Games.
Math games are fun, motivating, and provide opportunities for students to build number concepts, reasoning, and fluency. These games may be used as math stations or as whole group learning opportunities.
This resources if from Tools4NCTeachers.Looking for easy-to-implement math stations using materials you already have in your classroom? Here you go! Please remix the resource to add your own suggestions for Cluster 5 math stations. The more you share, the more you care!
The intended purpose of this document is to provide teachers with a tool to determine student understanding and suggest instructional moves that may help guide a student forward in their learning. It is not an exhaustive list of strategies.
This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.This packet contains exit tickets for the Kindergarten, Cluster 5 Counting and Cardinality standards. Exit tickets are written responses to questions posed at the end of a lesson. They are brief assessments which allow the teacher to determine student understanding of the concepts and skills taught that day. At the Kindergarten level, a blank copy of the exit ticket should be displayed on the board and read aloud to students. As teacher reads, students work independently on their own copy of the exit ticket.
This resource is part of Tools4NCTeachers.This packet contains exit tickets for the Kindergarten, Cluster 5 Operations in Algebraic Thinking standards. Exit tickets are written responses to questions posed at the end of a lesson. They are brief assessments which allow the teacher to determine student understanding of the concepts and skills taught that day. At the Kindergarten level, a blank copy of the exit ticket should be displayed on the board and read aloud to students. As teacher reads, students work independently on their own copy of the exit ticket.
This resourse is part of Tools4NCTeachersThis ready-to-use packet provides all the materials and organizational tools needed to host a family math event at your school. The materials are focused around Cluster 5 standards.Please remix this resource to share additional ideas for hosting a family math event!
This resources is part of Tools4NCTeachers.A Number Talk is a brief routine (about 10 minutes) focused around developing flexibility and fluency with numbers. Through regular opportunities to work with dot images and expressions, students develop an understanding of number relationships and structure. This supports the development of early fluency skills.This PowerPoint contains presentation slides for daily Number Talks, as well as directions and videos for implementation. Teachers may facilitate the Number Talks on these slides, or use them to inspire their own Number Talks based on student need.
This resources is part of Tools4NCTeachers.As students learn to add/subtract within 10, they need to be exposed to a variety of representations. This illustrated chart shows samples of kindergarten representations for addition within ten. These representations may be incorporated into a classroom anchor chart.