K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten

K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
K/1st grade Addition Dice Games: Counting On, Adding Two, Making Ten
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Use these dice games as a fun way to practice adding simple numbers.

Students will roll the dice and then add the two numbers.

If you use these as a center, you may want to copy the answers onto the back of the dice games. Then they would be self-checking.

Print out copies of the recording sheet for each student. They will need one copy for each game they play. If this is at a center, you could laminate the recording sheets or put them in a plastic sleeve to make change out of the center easy.

These games Kindergarten/First Grade level.

Games 1-6 include 2 sets of pictures. The students will need to add the two sets of pictures together to get a sum.

Games 7-8 help students practice the “Counting On” strategy. There is one number and one set of pictures. They should put the number in column A “in their head” and then count on with the pictures to get the sum.

Games 9-10 help students practice the “Doubles” strategy. There are two numbers for students to add together.

Games 11-12 help students practice the “Near Doubles” strategy. There are two numbers for students to add together. If they pick the smaller number to double, they should then add one more to the sum of the double fact. If they choose the larger addend to double, they should then subtract one from the sum of the double fact.

Games 13-15 help students practice the “Plus Two” strategy. Students will take the addend that is not two, put that number in their head and then skip the next counting number in order to get their sum.

Games 16-18 help students practice the “Adding Ten” strategy. Students will practice adding a single digit number to 10. They should recognize that they only have to change the ones’ place.

Games 19-20 help students practice the “Making Ten” strategy. Students will figure out the missing addend to get a sum of ten.

Check out some other addition games in my store.

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