This is a great activity to use for letter/number identification, recognizing standard configuration dot patters, handwriting, and the list goes on and on.
This set includes teen numbers, uppercase and lowercase letters, and a challenge page with commonly confused letters u/n, b/d, p/q for more advanced learners.
A blank page is included as well. This would make a great word work activity to practice sight words. Simply write them into the blank boxes under that dice pictures. This is an easy way to differentiate word work activities for students.
Roll a die. Find that number on the recording sheet. Write the letter/number that corresponds to the number on the die. When one column is filled to the bottom, the game is done. For more practice, switch writing utensils and finish writing in the letter/number in each empty box. This allows you, as the teacher, to see what the child did during the game and what they did for extra practice after the game was finished. It also increases the time it takes to complete the activity for those students that finish their work quickly.