This pack contains 15 Math Games that require dice and very little other resources. Some activities require a worksheet (which is included) and others require a notepad or whiteboard. These are games you can use as a math lesson, or as a warm up. Most games can be played over and over again! Suitable for Grades K-3.
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"These are great for math lab time and later for homework! Thank you for making math fun and taking the time to write out directions so I don’t have to do it! Saves me time and makes math lab and homework fun!"
"My kids love using dice so any activities I can get them to use dice, they are so engaged!"
"We love these games in my classroom! Thank you for such a wonderful product :)"
"Loads of options for my multi-age P-2 class, thanks."
"My students absolutely loved playing these dice games. They would ask if they could play over and over again. Thanks for the great resource! :)"
"Thank you for creating this. I love that it doesn't take long to set up!"
"Great Product!, so simple and easy to use. Great for parent helpers and peer teaching. Love the variety and the clear instructions. Thanks heaps"
"Thanks for games that are easy to use and send home for extra practice as the directions are clear and easy to prep!"
Page 3 – Around the World (K-2)
Page 4 – Roll a Number Line (K-1)
Page 6 – Race to 100 (1-3)
Page 7 – Nasty Game (2-3)
Page 9 – Sweet 16 (1-3)
Page 10 – Three or More (1-3)
Page 11 – Greedy Pig (2-3)
Page 12 – Skip Counting (2-3)
Page 17 – Number Paths (K-3)
Page 19 – Double Trouble (K-1)
Page 20 – Beat It! (K-3)
Page 21 – Climb to 100 (K-1)
Page 23 – Connect 4 (1-2)
Page 26 – Fair Racetrack (3)
Page 28 – Add it Up! (K-2)
Full explanation is included including suitable grade levels, equipment required and skills being practised. Worksheets or activity sheets are provided where applicable. I frequently use these games as Math warm ups.
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Permission for personal use in a single classroom. Please purchase additional licenses for use in multiple classrooms.
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