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- These dice games can be used during math workshop, math rotations, or center time. Once the games are introduced, students can play them independently so you can work with your small group.Teacher Tip: I print my game boards onto cardstock paper and place inside of sheet protectors. Students use dry$12.50$16.00Save $3.50
These five dice games can be used during math workshop, math rotations, or center time. Once the games are introduced, students can play them independently so you can work with your small group.
When you download this PDF file, you will find three options:
- Original File - this is a printable packet for students with sample pages
- Google Slides Link - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom; students will need access to dice to play the games
- Google Slides Link with Dice - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom; students can grant permission for dice to animate directly on the page
Dice Games Included:
• Order In the Court - students will roll 3 or 4 dice. Then students will rearrange the numbers to create the largest and smallest number possible (two versions of this game).
• Roll and Compare - students will roll the dice to create 2-digit and 3-digit numbers. Students will then use >, <, or = symbols to compare the two numbers (two versions of this game).
• Place Value Play - students will roll the dice to create 2-digit or 3-digit numbers. When working with 2-digit numbers, students will identify the numbers that are 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, and 10 less than the number rolled. With the 3-digit numbers, students will also find the numbers that are 100 more and 100 less than the number rolled (two versions of this game).
• Odds vs. Evens - students will roll the dice and find the sum of the two numbers. Students will then graph whether the sum is odd or even.
• Pocket Change - students will roll a die to determine the number of each coin in their pocket. Students will then determine the value of each set of coins as well as the total amount of change in their pocket (three versions of this game).
Teacher Tip: 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. Some games also include sample boards.
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