Roll and Color Box Out games are sure to be a hit in your classroom! All you need is a partner, dice, and 2 different colored crayons. Students can practice sight word recognition in a fun and collaborative way. The directions are printed on every game board so there is no confusion. It is an easy activity to leave with a sub. Games are also great in RTI or center groups. This set of games focuses on the first 100 of the Fry sight words.
Each player needs a crayon. No 2 colors can be alike. Players share one die and game board. Each player takes a turn rolling the die. and then coloring the answer. Words must be read out loud to the partner. The player with the most colored boxes wins!