Wednesday, August 15, 2012

[Super Sonic Subitizing]

Student ETA: 8 days and counting. . .

Every year I have a handful of students that are unable to instantly recognize numerical dot patterns.
Huge deal?
Big deal?
A little bit, yes.

Subitizing is a critical skill in first grade.
Super Sonic Subitizing, well, that's just awesome!

Meet Dudley (you'll be seeing LOTS of him over the next few months!).

Super Sonic Subitizing is an easy to use game that will give your kiddos lots and lots of practice recognizing dot patterns and matching the dot pattern with the correct numeral.
And. . .it's only a buck at Teacher's Notebook!

Wednesday is a full day of work in my classroom.
I have sooooooo much to do (so much that when people ask how they can help, I honestly have to say, "Um. . .I don't know?!" because I really truly don't)!
Guess I'll figure all of that out tomorrow.

I think I'm going to be a hermit in my room - complete with a DO NOT DISTURB sign.
Not trying to be rude.
It's just survival at this point.
Get in. Get it done. Get out.

Happy Wednesday!
See you tomorrow!!


  1. Hey Deb,

    I'm also working on exercices like that (in German) and was wondering how this is called in English :-)
    Nothing rude about putting up a "Do not disturb"-sign. It is one of the basics of GettingThingsDone!


  2. Looks like a fun game to help the kiddos.

    I hope you're able to get your room set up without too many disturbances.

  3. Looks like a great game! We are your newest followers!