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  • Jennifer White

    Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. also some other cool classroom ideas!

  • Marisa F

    math ideas and great way to keep dice from rolling around

  • Mands V

    Use colourful "mini" containers to control dice for maths games! Just put two in each container and no more dice rolling all the way across the room! :)

  • LilGrape on a vine

    Control dice games with an upside down tupperware! Great idea for kids.

  • Christine Lydic

    Great idea! My kids get too crazy when rolling the dice!

  • Lindsay Eckert

    Controlled dice rolling. After today's math centers ... I'm so glad I found this!

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