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  • Trista Skyberg

    Controlled Dice. Not a craft but good idea when it comes to kids

  • Jennifer White

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

  • Gina Hunter

    Great Idea! ~ Re-pinned by Total Education Solutions. Check out the rest of our School Resources and Therapy pins @ http://pinterest.com/totaleducation

  • LeAnn Boehne

    Controlled dice - keeps them on the table so no more need for "do overs" or harping "keep the dice on the table" Good idea for school, scouts, camps and grandparents!

  • Kaylee Renee

    Game idea / math center. Controlled dice - no more flying around the room. Genius!!!

  • LilGrape on a vine

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

  • Hollie Herndon

    good idea to keep up with dice... for when im teaching :)

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