# Math games with Dice

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40+ Resources for Dice and Everything Dice Related. Educational of course! :-) #elemchat #spedchat #dice #spinners #mathchat Kids love dice and seeing dice means fun. Below are some really neat...

Simple worksheets where pupils roll two dice, add them together and write the number sentence.

Kidscount1234.com - Shari Sloane - Educational Consultant provides books, art, curriculum resources and ideas for kindergarten teachers.

These are two easy and fun little games for your students to practice place value and expanded notation to the hundreds and again to the thousands. Use this along with my Place Value Feebie for Tens and Ones Other Similar Products: Freebie Place Value Tens and Ones Roll It Make It Expand It Freeb...

Have you and your children been struggling to learn the math facts? The game of Math Card War is worth more than a thousand math drill worksheets, letting you build your children’s calculatin…

I updated my old dice game freebie. I use these almost every week in my classroom and they are starting to look a little dated. I cringe when I see anything without a border! See what teacher blogging has done to me?! These were one of the first things I made when I started blogging. LOL So

After reading this post, you *might* think I’m a little obsessed with dice activities 🙂 Not true…however, my kids totally are!!! And I know that when they’re excited, I might as well milk it for all it’s worth! HA! One of my firsties told me today, “You know what’s weird?! I feel like I’m having …

I bought these darling little jack o’lanterns at Wal-Mart YEARS ago when I first started teaching Kindergarten. I used to have the kids do a little one-to-one correspondence activity with them. Since my 1st graders are knee deep in addition & subtraction right now, I knew these little guys would come in handy for the perfect sorting activity! I wrote a different number on each jack o’lantern {6-18}. Then I took popsicle sticks and wrote a different math fact on each….about 6 facts for each…

Browse over 740 educational resources created by Jen Erickson in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Do your students love playing games in the classroom? This pack includes ten fun and engaging games to play using dice. Using games in the classroom has many benefits - students are engaged, learning and talking about the concept. They are also practicing various life skills such as turn taking, fol...

These math games provide hours of engaging practice and require only ordinary dice! Perfect for family math night or homework.

This is a great math game to help students practice math facts. Students play in pairs. Each pair will need two different dice. One dice has the digits 0 to 5, the second dice has the digits 4 to 9. I have each dice a different color. Players choose which dice to roll first.Players will also need two different colored counters. I have bingo counters that have red on one side and yellow on the other. I keep these in a baggie for kids to use with multiple games that require these counters…

Yes...I said SKUNK... My kids love to play this fun game. The only materials needed a pair of dice for the teacher and a sheet of paper for each student.

Here are some new math freebies for you all! I have just added these to my daily 5 math time! Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving! Just click on the math game you would like and it will bring you to my google docs page. Happy downloading! Feel free to pin this page so more people can benefit from my freebies! Thanks again!

Here are some more fun cookie math activities for back to school. Be sure to check out my free cookie reading comprehension activities as well! Click the image above to download the games. Happy Back to School! photo credit: veganbaking.net cc