This game encourages children to practice subitizing. As they practlce, explain how chunking dots into groups can make it easier to subitize. For example, chunking 2 dots and 2 dots helps you see that there are 4 dots. This game also helps children practice cardinality: "how many in all." Across the three dot cards, children comparing “how many dots in all” and identifying which cards are the same and different.
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Which One Doesn’t Belong with Dot Cards
To print at home: There are 7 types of cards in the dot card deck. Each type of dot card can be printed separately on colored paper. We have suggested these colors in the directions, but you can use any paper available to you. For example, you can use blue paper to print the blue circle dot cards.