Pocket Dice Cards: The Bundle

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Brenda Tejeda
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Do you wish you had fun, differentiated centers your kids begged to play?

Do you wish they were easy to prep, taking you less than a minute to switch from week to week?

We all want our kids to be engaged while working, but meaningful centers take so much time to make!

This pack takes your centers to a new level of engagement with very little prep from you! Rolling dice makes everything more fun and your students will love rolling their way into learning with these activities!

There are 75 games in this pack and all you have to do to switch from one to the next is change the cards in your dice and the directions card. Most centers require no extra materials besides these cards and your pocket dice.

These can also be used whole-group, and some are perfect for guided reading!

COLOR and B&W included!

Pocket dice can be purchased here (affiliate link): Pocket Dice on Amazon

Word Work games:

CVC- kids match word to pictures

Order 3 letters

Order 3 words

Upper/lowercase match


Compound words

POP- roll, read and collect points but watch out for the POP

Suffixes –s, -ed, -ing

Build-a-word: roll an onset and rime

Syllable match

Bossy R/ r-controlled vowels (lots of options)

Sight Word games:

Fry words 1-100 included (plus editable file)

60 sight word sentence cards, 6 for each group of 10 words

Silly Voices- roll a word or sight word sentence and read 3x in the silly voice landed on: monster, robot, etc.

POP- roll and read, but watch out for the POP


Roll & Do- kids roll a word and a direction (build w/magnetic letters/play doh, stamp, rainbow-write, finger-trace, sky-write, use in a sentence)

Roll & Graph- graph printables included

Reading Comprehension:

Sequencing- kids roll 3 dice and order the events

Compare & Contrast: ocean and rainforest animals

Story Elements- to go with any fiction story

Fiction Reading Response

Non-fiction Reading Response



Parts of Speech


Who did what where? sentence building

Roll & Edit a sentence

2-sentence detective: kids find the sentence break then edit the 2 sentences


Roll & Add

Roll & Subtract

Roll-a-Problem: kids roll 2 numbers and a direction (add 1/10, subtract 1/10, compare, double, etc)

Roll & Draw


More and less

Order 2

Order 3

Matching balloons

Making 7 (editable for any number)

Includes number cards 0-100, domino dots 1-6, tally marks 1-20, tens frames 0-20, balloon tally marks and subitizing dots to 10

Bonus skills pack:

Exercise – roll a number and an exercise- perfect for brain breaks!

Talk about it- kids roll a question and a picture and discuss

Topic Starter: finish the sentence prompt

Build-a-Monster: roll a number and body part, draw and build the monster, then write about it

Would you rather?

Make-a-List: 12 category cards, kids make a list with as many as they can think of

⭐Bonus CHRISTMAS-themed pack:


Roll-a-Gingerbread House

Roll-a-Christmas Tree

Label Santa


Who Did What Where?

Roll & Edit

2-sentence detective

Syllable Count

Syllable Match

Compound Words

Order 3 words

Number Match

Who Has More/ Less?

Comparing Numbers to 100


'I can' signs in different styles.

Direction cards for each game with picture supports

Label options for your storage bin (link to recommended bin)

Printable tabbed cards for each subject area

5 editable pages to match cards

Sight word list- Fry words 1-100

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.
Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details.
Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in stories.
With prompting and support, read prose and poetry of appropriate complexity for grade 1.


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