Sunday, March 4, 2018

                    Roll & Cover Dice Game Boards
                                                                for preschoolers and above

Who does not love to play dice games?  In my preschool room dice are a staple. We even use dice for classroom management. Uncommon uses for our dice include:
                  - Clean Up Game- child rolls a die to determine how many objects they pick up and put away.
                  - Tower Building- children use dice to build a tower. This is a science lesson in size and balance.
                  - Roll the furthest - place tape on the floor in various locations and set a starting point. Children try to roll the dice to each line.
                  - Who rolled a larger or smaller number- a comparing math activity.

            Our Favorite Dice Game- ROLL & COVER

               A simple game it is using the Roll & Cover mats... 

1 (one) die and the markers that are included......

How to play....

Each child has a mat and a set of markers. The die is rolled and the correct number on the mat is covered using the marker that has the digit representing the number of dots on the die. 

For a variation we use small objects such as buttons to fill the numbers on the mats. If the number is 5 then five buttons are counted out. 

Game Board Details:
 Included are 39 pages that can be simply prepared for hours of fun and learning. Each mat is bright and bold. Mats and markers have numbers or number names or both. 
Includes themes of - Baseball, Chocolate Drops & Cookies, Christmas Bulbs, Christmas Trees & Candy Canes, Cupcakes, Easter Eggs, Flowers, Frogs, Gingerbread Men, Mittens, Love My Groovy Buttons, Polar Bears & Penguins, Pots of Gold, Puppies, Shapes, Squirrels & Acorns, Trains and Valentine's Bears

Roll & Cover Dice Game Boards is available at TpT... Ideal for teachers! Purchasing of this item brings unlimited printing of boards and markers! If you only need 1 great! If you want 25 just print and laminate the amount you need. This is a super great deal as the variety of boards can be used over the course of the school year!!!!

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