FREE Roll and Cover Games
My students love games that involve dice. I have quite a collection of different types of dice and they love to pick out a die to use for playing.
These games I created a pretty straightforward. Pick a board, a crayon or colored pencil, a die and begin!
templates (click the image below to download)
colored pencil or crayons
Roll and Cover Game (Number Version)
Students roll two dice, add the total of dots and color the corresponding square.
Roll and Cover Game (Ten Frame Version)
Students roll two dice, add the total of dots and color the corresponding ten frames.
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