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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Dice Games Freebie

Need some fun for your Math class? Here are some fun dice games to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division. They may be adapted to make them easier or more difficult, depending on your grade level.


Click on the pic above to download the games......and be sure to leave me a comment if use these. I love to hear your ideas!




22 comments:

  1. This dice games are great! I actually posted a word work activity on my blog tonight that uses dice! You might like it! I do the make 100 activity that you had mentioned on day 100!
    ~Meghan

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  2. Thanks for posting! Someone pinned your site on Pinterest. That's how I found you! :)

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  3. I love all the dice games. We use Everyday Math in our district and we use dice all the time== it is nice to have a few new games! Thank you!!!!
    Carrie

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  4. I am always looking for ways to keep my fast finishers doing something meaningful during math. These are a great way to do just that. Such a simple idea and I love that the supplies are minimal. I will be using these tomorrow. Thanks!

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  5. These games are wonderful! They will be a great review for some of my lower students. Thank you for sharing!!

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  6. I saw this link on Pinterest ... LOVE the activities!! Thank you!! =)

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  7. You are my new favorite blog! Your freebies ROCK and I can't wait to use them! Thank you for sharing!
    -Erin

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  8. These game are amazing. Your class is lucky to have such a creative teacher!

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  9. WOW SO MANY DIFFERENT ONES!
    Talk about differentiation ! !
    Thank you

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  10. Wow, you are the most generous blogger! You put me to shame! You have the most wonderful resources, games, activities; perfect for my class! And you have so many! I actually feel excited to try these out, instead of stressed about all the planning I have to do. I'm going to try your dice games, your estimating and rounding activities, and your roostermultifacts! Can't wait to see what the kids think. The more choices they have, the more they think they're in control :P
    Thanks again!

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  11. Thanks!! My kids love it when I have math "games."

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  12. Very fun dice games - I am trying to begin math centres soon and this will be perfect!

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  13. Thank you for sharing this set of games. I am in the process of making math tubs and will be using the dice games in them. Liz from South Dakota

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  14. Thanks so much for these. They will rock our homeschooling maths sessions Cheers!

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  15. Love these games!
    Thanks,
    Patti :)

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  16. Oh my goodness!!So excited that I came across these! Thanks for sharing!!!

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  17. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!! I am always looking for easy and new math games for my students to play. Thanks again for this awesome freebie!!!

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  18. DELIGHTFUL! Perfect for centers and/or those early finishers! THANK YOU!

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  19. This sounds awesome but I am having trouble opening the link. Is there anyway you could e-mail it to me? sarahg@muskingum.edu THANKS!!

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  20. You are a precious angel. Thanks for these games, I can't wait to use them! Trying the addition and subtraction practice this week!

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  21. I love dice games. I have been looking for new dice games to learn and to play with friends. The adrenalin playing with dice is amazing. Thanks for sharing. http://zanogames.com/games/meazy-n-dice-game/

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