Subitising is the skill of ‘seeing’ an amount of objects without counting them individually. It’s a well-known concept for development in EYFS practice, but we can actually extend this essential skill into the rest of the primary maths curriculum to support fluency, reasoning and problem solving.
In recent years, the term ‘subitising’ has become firmly embedded in EYFS practice, but we shouldn’t limit this vital skill to just the smallest numbers and the youngest children. It can be extended into KS1 and KS2 to help children quickly recognise fractions, percentages and time, support them in bridging through tens, and develop their understanding and retention of multiplication facts.
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