As I continue to plan out my math workstations to align with our learning targets for each math unit, I compiled a group of dice games that can be played independently. These dice games work on number sense, fact fluency, ordering numbers, and one more/one less. Here are some pics of the games:
The student will create three 2-digit numbers by rolling the dice multiple times. Then the student will place the numbers in order. One worksheet is largest to smallest and one is smallest to largest.
Double the Fun
The student will roll one die and double the number rolled. The student will then cover that number on the game board (if it is still available). The game is over when all of the numbers have been covered.
The student will roll two dice. By adding the two numbers together, the student will identify the third member of the fact family. The student will then complete the four math problems in the fact family.
Race to the Top
The student will roll one die and graph the results. The game is over when one number’s bar graph has reached the top.
More or Less
The student will roll the dice to create a 2-digit number. The student will then write down the number that is one less and the number that is one more.
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