Dice Activities for Math Centers
with number & counting activities and games to help teach early math skills! Use these dice games and activities to practice number recognition, counting, matching, adding, comparing, and substitizing! These worksheets and activities are perfect for math centers, as well as morning work, busy bags, early finishers, assessments, and family engagement activities!
Dice-Themed Activities Included In This Set:
• Count & Trace
~ Count the dots on each dice & trace the number below.
• Adding 2 Dice
~ Students add two dice together to find the sum.
• Adding Double Dice
~ Students add together double numbers, like a pair of ones, twos, threes, etc.
• Roll and Add
~ Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares. Add the dots on both dice and write the sum.
• Dice Patterns
~ Cut and paste the dice to complete each pattern.
• Matching Dice & Numbers
~ Draw a line to match the numbers with the dice.
• Matching Numbers & Dice
~ Draw a line to match the dice with the numbers.
• Greater Than or Less Than?
~ Compare 2 amounts and circle the greater than or less than sign.
• Greater Than, Less Than, or Equal To
~ Compare two amounts and circle the greater than, less than, or equal to sign.
• Answer Keys
• Dice Mini-Book
~ a printable dice-themed mini-book with predictable text and traceable numbers.
• Roll & Trace
~ Roll the dice, then trace the numbers.
• Counting Dots on Dice
~ Students roll & count the dots, then write the number below.
Drawing Dots on Dice
~Students roll the dice & draw the dots on the blank dice template. A write-the-number-below version is included.
• Roll & Write
~ Roll a dice. Draw what you rolled on the blank dice. Count & write the number of dots on the line below.
• Roll And Tally
~ Students roll the dice and add a tally mark next to the dice with that number. They continue to roll and tally for a time specified by the teacher.
• Paper Dice
~ Cut along the lines and fold to make your own pair of paper dice!
• Make Your Own Dice
~ Draw or write on the squares, then cut & fold to make your own dice!
• Roll & Write
~ Roll the dice, then copy the sight words in the appropriate column.
• Roll, Add & Write The Numbers
~ Roll 2 dice. Show what you rolled by drawing dots on the squares and writing the numbers on the lines below. Add together and write the sum.
~ A fun dice game that kids can play at math centers. Students take turns rolling the dice and counting the dots, then write their initials on the scorecard next to the number they rolled. When the scorecard is filled in, the person with their initials written next to the most numbers wins!
• Dice Bingo
~ Roll a dice. Place a bingo chip on your board over the same number that was rolled. Keep rolling until someone places five chips in a row and shouts BINGO! For 3 players and up.
• Dice Memory
~ A printable dice-themed memory game for 2 or more players!
the worksheets and have kids write on them with a dry erase to save paper!
68 pages + cover and credits pages = 71 pages total.
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