These Stacking Dice cards will allow your students the opportunity to develop their visual discrimination skills along with their fine motor skills. They will need to pay attention to the number and position of the dice to be able to recreate the design.
If stacking the dice is too difficult for your students, they can always lay them in a line on the table.
Visual discrimination skills are important for students to have because they not only help with reading and writing, but also with social interactions such as reading facial expressions and body language.
*Choose which set of cards you want to print (Or use both sets!) The first set of cards uses 5 dice and the second set uses 10 dice. If you need to save colored ink, I have also provided blackline cards that you can print onto any color of cardstock.
*Add dice (I got mine at Dollar Tree) and you have an instant center or morning activity!
Check out my other Visual Discrimination Activities:
Visual Discrimination - Poms and Cups
Visual Discrimination - Popsicle Stick Designs
All of these activities can also be found together in my Visual Discrimination BUNDLE at a discounted price!
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