# St Patricks Math Games

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A great little collection of 9 easy prep math games, to help your kindergarten students practice math skills at their differentiated levels, with a St Patrick's Day theme! All you need to do is print, laminate and add the appropriate dice and counters! Easy peasy lemon squeezy!

Check out the preview to see a mini sized image of each game included.

The Common Core Standards these math games work towards are as listed below.

‘Lucky Leprechaun’ - 1 player game - K.CC.B.4 K.CC.B.4.b K.CC.B.5: in this game students practice counting and identifying numbers and number patterns from 1 to 6.

'Number Patterns to 6’ - 1 player game - K.CC.B.4 K.CC.B.5: in this game students practice counting and identifying numbers and number patterns from 1 to 6.

'Number Identification to 6’ - 1 player game - K.CC.B.4 K.CC.B.5: in this game students practice counting and identifying numbers and number patterns from 1 to 6.

'What Comes Next? (1-6)'’ - 2 player game - K.CC.A.2: This game is all about learning what comes next in the count sequence (from 0 - 5).

'What Comes Next? (5-10)'’ - 2 player game - K.CC.A.2: This game is all about learning what comes next in the count sequence (from 5 - 10).

‘Hunt for Gold’ 2 player game - K.CC.B.4 K.CC.B.5: 2 player game - K.CC.B.4 K.CC.B.5: in this game students practice counting and identifying numbers and number patterns from 1 to 6.

‘Irish Kids Make 5’ 2 player game - K.OA.A.3: students practice addition skills in the range of 0 to 10.

‘And 5 More Makes?’ 2 player game - K.OA.A.3: students practice addition skills in the range of 0 to 10.

'St Patrick's Roll & Cover', 2 player game - : K.CC.B.4, K.CC.B.5, K.CC.A.1: students roll the 2 0-5 dice, add the dice together and cover that number on the game board.

Please note: all of the maths games require dice and counters. For the games in this pack you'll need dice marked from 1 to 6 (number patterns and digits), a dice numbered from 0 - 5 and another from 5 - 10.

In the game instructions, I often state 'a set of counters' is required. I leave the number of counters in a set up to you fabulous teachers! In my classroom, my kiddos know a 'set of counters' means 12-14. Sometimes they won't need that many and sometimes they may want more. It depends on how much time they have for practice or how challenging the game is for them.

Thanks for looking :)
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