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  • Michelle Clouse

    Math activities using dice

  • Meri Hudson

    45 Math Dice Games

  • Terri Renner

    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 resources for dice. Basically anything and everything dice related, geared towards educational classroom use.  No need to ever stop playing a game if your dice is lost…just make your own! Educational Applications Students can make their own dice and create their own educational games. Make your own…Great following directions activity. Plus they’re quieter! Use literacy dice to create words. Activity selection Any selection…great randomizer. Math! Math! Math! Be Creative…Use your art skills to decorate and personalize your dice. Add comprehension questions to dice. Make quick dice with stickers and your own text 25+ Paper Dice Templates.  Love the ones with the Moon Phases. via Recycled Frockery Virtual Dice via curriculum bits Virtual Dice Customizable…click “customize your die” at bottom. Online Clock Dice Space Dice cool Single switch Online Dice Roll the dice - Chances (probability) Unpractical Math Spinners, Dice, Coins and more! (probability) Free online dice maker (fantastic resource) Dice Games for Kids  Personalized Paper Dice Octahedron Dice Face Dice (customizable) Dice and Game Spinner Templates Printable Musical Dice The Problem with Dice (tricky!) How to Create Printable Dice  Literacy Dice Making Dice in the Classroom (dice spinners, rolling dice) Farkle Score Sheets (Math dice games) Math Games using Dice Yatzi Maxi (online game) Giant Dice (Use a cardboard/tissue box to put this one together) Quiet Dice Idea 1 Quiet Dice Idea 2 Keep the Dice from Flyin’ Shake and Share Addition  Shake and Share Subtraction Math Centers and Games Yahtzee  One Die Games Two Dice Games Ancient Dice Games Giant Dice Templates Math Games for Grades 6-8 StoryTelling with Dice Four Great Math Games (Scholastic) Math and Probability Skills Dice Roller Family Math Games Star Dice Roll the Dice Dice: Your Best Math Manipulative Pips Card, Dice and Dominoes Pin It Visit my new site KB…Konnected Kids. 100+ free educational enrichment sites. Just launched 6-23-12.

  • Chloe Palethorpe

    Educational activities involving dice

  • Karen Rivett

    40+ resources involving dice. Math games, printable dice, virtual dice, math centers, ancient dice games, create your own dice, and much more! **dice games for kids had good basic games

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