Dice Games for Kids - Are you using a math workshop format this year? Are you looking for work your students can complete independently while you work with small groups? Here is a pack of 5 dice games that students can use independently during math workshop.
I print my game boards onto cardstock paper and place inside of sheet protectors. Students use dry erase markers so the boards can be used over and over all year long. Games include color and black & white versions. Some games also include sample game boards.
Keep on Rollin'
• Order Up
- students create 2-digit numbers and put them in numerical order (Two versions included: largest to smallest and smallest to largest).
• Double the Fun
- students roll one die, double the number, and cover it on their game board.
• Fact Families
- students use dice to practice identifying fact family number sentences (2 versions included).
• Race to the Top
- students will roll a die and record the results on a graph.
• More or Less
- students will roll the dice to create a 2-digit or 3-digit number. Then students will identify the number that is one more and one less.
This pack is also sold as part of a bundle:
• Keep on Rollin' Bundle (15 Independent Dice Games for Math Workshop)
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