# January Printable Math Games

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1. Product DescriptionThese printable math games are the perfect addition to your math block. Each month includes 10 games! Just print, add dice and your students are ready to learn and have fun at the same time. These activities can be used again and again to practice addition and number sense skill
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These printable math games are the perfect addition to your math block. Just print, add dice and your students are ready to learn and have fun at the same time. These activities can be used again and again to practice addition and number sense skills.

• Roll, Add & Color- Roll 2 dice and add the numbers. Color a box with that number. (Players should use two different colors.) If there are no boxes left with that number you lose a turn. The player who colors the final box or the player with the most boxes colored when time runs out is the winner.

• Double, Double- Roll 1 die and double the number. Color a box with that number. (Players should use two different colors.) If there are no boxes left with that number you lose a turn. The player who colors the final box or the player with the most boxes colored when time runs out is the winner.

• Connect Four- Roll two dice. Add or subtract the numbers. Color the number. The first player to connect 4 boxes wins.

• Race to 100- Roll two or three dice. Add the numbers. Color that many spaces. The first person to color their entire 100 chart wins!

• Race to 50- Roll two dice. Add the numbers. Color that many spaces. The first person to color their entire 50 chart wins!

• Roll and Graph- Roll a die. Graph each number you roll. Take turns with a partner. The person who colors the most spots wins!

• Roll, Add, and Graph- Roll two dice and add the numbers. Graph the sum. Take turns with a partner. The person who colors the most spots wins!

• Find a Sum- Roll two dice. Find the sum. Fill in the number sentence for that sum. Write your initials in the circle next to the number sentence to claim it.. The person with the most number sentences claimed at the end is the winner.

• Bump- What you need: 2 dice, 2 sets of 10 linking cubes in different colors. Roll two dice and add the numbers. Place your colored cube on that number. If you roll a number that is already covered you can “bump” your friend off the number. A number is locked when two cubes of the same color are on it! The first player to get rid of all of their cubes is the winner!

• Cover All- Roll two dice and find the sum. Place a counter over that sum. Take turns rolling. The player who covers all of their spots wins!
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