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Subitising Leap Frog Game


A fun game for students to play during numeracy rotations when learning to subitise numbers from 1 to 6.

Use this teaching resource during numeracy group activities to encourage students to subitise small collections of objects.

Print, and laminate a class set of the subitising leap frog game boards then print, cut and laminate a set of frog player pieces to store in a zip-lock bag with a dice.

In pairs or small groups, students play the subitising leap frog game by matching the dots on the lily pads to the dots on the dice.

A black and white version of the game board has been included in this download.

Check out our blog for more fun and hands-on subitising activities for the classroom.

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Australian Curriculum alignment

Mathematics > Foundation Year > Number and Algebra > Number and place value > ACMNA003
Subitise small collections of objectsElaborationsusing subitising as the basis for ordering and comparing collections of numbers (Skills: Numeracy)(View this topic on www.australiancurriculum.edu.au )...


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