Sweet Treats "Roll, Say, Keep!" Numerals 1-120
This is a game that can be used in a center or small group setting. It is appropriate for advanced preschoolers, kindergarten, first grade, special education instruction, or for any student that needs extra practice in learning their numerals 1-120. There is a lot of repetition to help students strengthen their knowledge of the numerals 1-120 and counting dots 1-6.
Common Core Standards:
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4a When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.A.1 Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.
Students will roll a die, count the dots and identify the number. Students will find the matching number of dots on the “Roll, Say, Keep” Mat. Students will identify the numeral placed on their mat 1-120.
- Roll, Say, Keep Mats (pg. 4-7)
- Sweet Treats Numeral cards 1-120 (pg. 8-17)
- Die (DICE NOT INCLUDED)
- Optional: Cover Page to attach to envelope or file folder (pg. 1)
- Print and laminate Roll, Say, Keep mats and numeral cards for durability. Print as many mats as you need for the students that will play. Print as many copies of the numeral cards as you want.
- This can be done in a center or small group setting.
- Students will place the numeral cards facedown, in a pile, on the table. Students will choose 6 cards and place them on each square of their “Roll, Say, Keep” mat.
- Students will roll the die and identify the number of dots on the die. They will match it to the same number of dots on their mat.
The student will read the numeral card on their mat. If they are able to correctly identify the numeral, they pick up the card and put it in their pile in front of their board. They “won” this card. If they are not able to identify the numeral, they leave it on their board to try again.
- Students will continue until all the cards are gone. The student with the most numeral cards wins.
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