Presentations

Quick Images a Number Routine to Build Number Sense

Quick images allows students to use their understanding of subitizing (the ability to quickly recognize a number of items without counting them) to determine the quantity of a group.  Make Quick Images a part of your weekly math routine to support your students in thinking flexibly and efficiently about quantities.  The power point and PDF presentation documents will provide you with the foundation to make Quick Images a part of your weekly math warm up routine. 

“Using quick images allows you to ‘see’ how your students see and think about numbers.
We get a window into the child’s mind as they compose and decompose numbers . . .”

Additional Quick Images Resources


Power Point Quick Images Focusing on Doubles and Bridging Ten

This power point of quick images supports lessons on double facts, doubles plus one, and bridging ten.

Quick Image Apples

Eleven slides of quick image pictures of apples to use as an overhead or printable picture. 
    1. Show the picture for 3 seconds.
    2. Ask: How many? How do you see them? Does anyone see them in a different way?

Quick Images Rainbow Hears

Ten slides of Quick Image pictures of rainbow coloured hearts to use as an overhead or printable pictures to share with students.
    1. Show the picture for 3 seconds.
    2. Ask: How many? How do you see them? Does anyone see them in a different way?

Quick Images Blue Happy Faces

Nineteen slides of Quick Image pictures of blue happy faces to use as an overhead or printable picture.
    1. Show the picture for 3 seconds.
    2. Ask: How many? How do you see them? Does anyone see them in a different way?

Quick Image Large Ten Frames

Large Ten Frames from 1-10. Print off and use for your teacher set to build subitizing skill.

Make 10 Caterpillar Game

Eleven slides of quick image pictures of apples to use as an overhead or printable picture. 
    1. Show the picture for 3 seconds.
    2. Ask: How many? How do you see them? Does anyone see them in a different way?