Digital Subitising Math Games

Digi Subitising Games

Are you on the hunt for exciting Digital Subitising Math Games that can boost subitising skills in your primary classroom? Look no further!

Calling all EYFS teachers! Are you finding it tricky to get your little ones to master the art of subitising? Well, you’re not alone! Let’s dive into why this skill is so crucial and how you can make it stick with some fun tips and a special freebie!

We’ve all been there: your students rely too much on counting instead of quickly spotting patterns or configurations of objects. It’s like they’re stuck in slow motion, right? But fear not! This over-reliance on counting can really put the brakes on their subitising skills and delay their journey to math mastery.

So, what’s the solution? Cue our online interactive math games! We’ve cooked up a stack of subitising games on our website, perfect for your trusty interactive whiteboard. But here’s the twist: these games are designed to keep your kiddos on their toes! The images fly by faster than you can say “subitise,” so there’s no chance of them sneaking in a cheeky count of those dots individually. It’s all about training those lightning-fast number recognition skills!

But wait, there’s more! We know how precious your time is, so we’ve whipped up a special freebie just for you. Yep, you heard that right! Head over to our website and grab your free subitising game today. It’s the perfect way to inject some fun into your math lessons while giving your students the practice they need to become subitising superstars!

So, EYFS teachers, are you ready to ditch the counting and embrace the world of subitising? Let’s make math magic happen together! Don’t forget to snag your freebie and share your subitising success stories with us. Happy subitising, everyone!

Classroom Applications

Now that we know why online math games are a game-changer let’s dive into how you can use them effectively in your primary classroom:

1. Warm-up Activities: Start your math class with a quick online game to warm up students’ minds and get them ready for the day’s lesson. A short, engaging game can set the tone for the entire lesson.

2. Homework or Practice: Assign online games as homework or for practice. This way, students can reinforce their addition skills outside of class, and parents can get involved too.

3. Learning Centers: Set up learning centres in your classroom where students can rotate through various activities, including online math games. This adds a dynamic and interactive element to the learning environment.

4. Reward System: Use online games as rewards or incentives. When students complete their work or achieve a milestone, offer them some game time as a reward. It’s a win-win situation!

Online math games are your secret weapons for turning addition into a delightful experience for your primary students. Incorporate them into your teaching strategies, and watch your students become confident, fluent mathematicians while having a blast. So go ahead, embrace the world of online math games, and let the addition adventures begin!

How To Play Digital Subitising Math Games

To play these games you will need:

  • an internet connection & modern browser, we suggest Google Chrome
  • a digital device like an iPad, interactive whiteboard, laptop or PC
  • the Student Password to share with your students. Note – Only PAID Premium members will be able to access this Student Password

To get the Password To Share With Students:

How to use the QR Code Below

We know getting a class full of students to play the right games can be tricky so we have made it easy for them all to be in the right place at the right time with a QR Code. Simply display this page on your interactive whiteboard and get your students to scan the QR Code below. Once they scan it all the students will be directed to this Money games page and the online games you want them to play! Nifty!

Use the QR Code to help organise your students.

  • Display this page on your interactive whiteboard
  • Give your students the “Student Access Password”
  • Students scan the QR Code with their device to get to this list of Games
  • Students then Click the image of the game to play

Click the images to play Digital Subitising Math Games

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