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#### 40+ Resources for Dice and Everything Dice Related. Educational of course! :-) Easy templates for teaching math concepts and making games: 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.

A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a color pencil they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares.

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#### AREA GAME: A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a color pencil they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares. To differentiate, you can give students one or two dice with higher numbers.

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#### Genius. No more dice rolling on the floor or across the room or just lost in general. Do this for math games.

#### Controlled Dice~ No more dice flying around the room. Instead of buying these, try getting similar plastic containers and make your own!

#### To all my teacher friends. Saw this for those math centers from K - 5, this is genius. Seriously.

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#### I was buzzing around pinterest, websites, and the internet and saw some simply clever teaching ideas. I thought you would love them too! Dice Game Containers It drives me crazy when students dice are rolling on the floor, and making a ton of noise during dice games in math. These little plastic containers are the perfect solution! You can purchase a set of 4 of them at the Dollar Store. Milk Crate Chairs I am always looking for creative storage solutions, and these milk crates are the next best thing for my classroom needs. I can't wait to purchase some milk crates, fun material, boards and cushion and create these milk crate chairs. These crates will be perfect for my center material storage, and will not take up space in the classroom because they will double as seats for my small group table. Brain Sprinkles This idea just cracks me up, and I know it will make the students smile! Every once and awhile the kids are stumped on coming up with an answer, and brain sprinkles will help them loosen up and hopefully help their brain waves retrieve the answer. Brain sprinkles are a great way if you want them to be motivated right before a test. Tattle Monsters This is how you turn simple tissue boxes into something super eye catching. This is a great way for students to write down what may be on their mind, and put it into the monster's mouth. Hopefully, this will allow the students to voice their concern and get their tattle out of the way, allow you to focus on teaching, and check in with the tattle monsters as it fits into your daily schedule. Here's to a year of productivity, and not a lot of tattling :)

#### Okay.... so I haven't pinned a lot lately... I don't know what is wrong with me?!? So I had to dig back into the archives and find some things that I thought would be good. So here it is.... This coin flip book came from Classroom Freebies. It was created by Diane. I will be doing this activity next week since I have decided to spend the last week of school reviewing coins and working on counting money. I feel like this is a skill that my kiddos really need to work on. I've seen this idea before but I still love it! In order to keep the kiddos from throwing the dice... putt them in clear containers. Have the kids roll the dice, and look through the clear bottom to see what was rolled. I really like these because of the pop of color. Super cute! (Could not locate the original posting. If you posted these, let me know so that I can give credit where credit is due!) I really like this craftivity from The Kinder Wife. Kids love anything that they can use their hands + paint for.... plus painted hands make most things so much cuter (this definitely being one of those things)!! I'm keeping this in mind for when I teach ocean life next year. Okay... so I know Mother's Day isn't over yet... but I only have one more week until I have to have Father's Day stuff accomplished. This bookmark from Creative Family Moments is adorable and any dad that likes to read is sure to love this! I love the idea of card games being used for math. I've been wanting to get my kids playing War... but then I think about all the other fun things you could do... like I could have kids add the cards together... or figure out the biggest number then subtract the cards... I'm half tempted to make all of my math centers card games next week. I mean... come on! Super fun! And this paper alliGREATER is super cute! Thanks Wendy @ Living Creatively for sharing this on your blog! Okay... just one more thing before I go tonight! I just created a cute Mother's Day Card and uploaded it to my TPT store! In honor of TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK I decided to make it FREE for TONIGHT ONLY! In the morning I will be changing it back to $1.50 (which is still a really good price). PLEASE leave me some feedback if you download this product! Thanks! We will finish our tomorrow.... Hopefully I'll remember to take some pictures so that I can show you the finished product.

#### I am linking up with Ashley Reed over at Just Reed. This week's Ten Pin Linky is Math Idea Pins. There are so many wonderful ideas out there. I love teaching math, but often struggle to get it all in with our math series (Go Math!) by following our counties pacing guide. My goal this year is to incorporate math groups by using the Daily 5 for Math. Here are a few activities I have found on Pinterest to introduce a concept or to use as practice. 1. I love this board and have purchased Cara Carroll's Calendar Companion. http://pinterest.com/source/justreed-ashley.blogspot.ca/ 2. This can be challenging at the beginning of first grade, but the kids rise to the occasion with lots of practice:) http://pinterest.com/source/mrswilliamsonskinders.blogspot.com/ 3. The clock visual is great once the concept of time has been introduced not to mention it can replace the "That time is lunch?" question:) http://pinterest.com/source/teacherspayteachers.com/ 4. No more dice falling on the floor:) http://pinterest.com/source/sunnydaysinsecondgrade.blogspot.com/ 5. 6. I have a math vocabulary pocket chart, but this is so much more appealing and attention grabbing. http://pinterest.com/source/justreed-ashley.blogspot.ca/ 7. http://pinterest.com/source/stepintosecondgrade.blogspot.com/ 8. This is such a great visual from A Cupcake For the Teachers for sums of 10. http://pinterest.com/source/acupcakefortheteacher.blogspot.com/ 9. We always chant, "The little hand tells the hour and the big hand counts by 5." 10. My first unit on TpT was Ladybug Addition. I plan on going back to update it, but am on vacation for 2 more weeks:) So, until then, Ladybug Addition will be FREE! I would love you to leave some TpT feedback if you download it:) http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Ladybug-Addition-Mats

#### I spend WAY too much time on Pinterest. When I saw this linky (hosted by Ashley from Just Reed) it looked like something I had to join in on. So...in no particular order, here are my 10 favorite pins for math ideas. I have added links back to the original sources (as far as I could tell, anyhow). If I have incorrectly given credit, please let me know. Thanks! One of my first inspirations while planning for Math workstations: Source: Adventures in Teaching No more flying dice...right? Source: Sunny Days in Second Grade Getting students to take responsibility for supplies (and figuring out who likes to smash the tips, who leaves the cap off, etc.): Source: The Go-To Teacher A math word wall, color-coded for Common Core: Source: Blair Turner's TpT Store Number of the day board: Source: Simply 2nd Resources Number Grid "Window" Source: Teacher Tipster Expanding Place Value: Source: Parents.com/Homeschool Den Individual Stick Game: Source: Lesson Plan Diva Boggle-Inspired Math Board: Source: Live, Laugh, and Love to Learn Using cards to have students identify maximum, minimum, median, etc. Source: Debbie Diller In the spirit of math-related items, I've decided to put all of my math games and activities on sale until the end of the month. Head on over and grab a great deal while you can :) Items are anywhere from 15% to 33% off. Click on the picture below to visit my store and see what's marked down! Oh, and you still have a few days to enter the giveaway for a new pencil sharpener from Classroom Friendly Supplies:

Practicing number combinations with dice and dominoes. On the Keep 'Em Buzzy Blog Hop.

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Fun dice game....first person to color in the gingerbread boy wins

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### {Cool Math Games} Dominoes and a Deck of Cards

Here are some cool math games for kids that use dominoes and a deck of cards!

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#### Grab some dominoes and a deck of cards. These cool math games work on number recognition and counting. Here at Kids Activities Blog we love to take items we already have around the house and use them for fun and learning. Cool Math Games If you need a quick play idea, a simple matching game using …

#### {Cool Math Games} Dominoes and a Deck of Cards - Kids Activities Blog a great activity for one of my math stations...easy...dominoes and uno cards...

#### {Cool Math Games} Dominoes and a Deck of Cards-hopefully some of them will be high school level. If not, Sarah promises me there will be grandkids one day...

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#### {Cool Math Games} Dominoes and a Deck of Cards-

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Using Legos to help Trapper with his math!

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#### Lego math worksheets - great idea to do with real legos, too!

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Winter math for 1st and 2nd grade--missing addends

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#### Winter math for 1st and 2nd grade--missing addends (extra practice for my group that needs some refreshers)

#### Winter math for 1st and 2nd grade--missing addends Use this to teach solving for a variable!!

#### Winter math for 1st and 2nd grade--missing addends I love the little penguin on the top

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This website has great math resources by grade level & they are aligned to the Common Core

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### Living Math with Positive and Negative Numbers

Math Center Where 1 partner reads the equation and the other partner has to jump on the line to solve. Then switch. Living Math with Positive and Negative Numbers

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#### Blog on math notebooking in middle school. An interactive number line to teach enforce adding and subtracting integers.

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#### Math Center Where 1 partner reads the equation and the other partner has to jump on the line to solve. Then switch. Living Math with Positive and Negative Numbers (Vocab words- partner reads definition and other partner jumps to word)

#### This looks like a great way to have students participate in a "feet on" activity in learning how to use number lines with positive and negative numbers! 1434

#### Pin #4: Using positive and negative integers with a life-sized number line. Blog by homeschool mom, but can also be used in school: One partner reads the equation and the other partner has to jump on the line to solve. Then switch. Living Math with Positive and Negative Numbers

#### An interactive number line could be very helpful for students to see the effects of adding and subtracting. This could even help students to visually see negative numbers. This method is a great tool to help mental computations.

#### Love the idea of human size number line to teach about integers. Could turn this into a fun game during my math centers while I work with small groups =)

#### I haven't had the opportunity to teach much about integers, or about how to add or subtract positive and negative integers, but I might get the chance this year. It isn't in our current curriculum, so it's an extra topic that we don't normally get to spend time on. However, we will be teaching integer concepts next year, as we work on Common Core implementation....and maybe, just maybe, we'll get to work on some integer concepts at the end of this year. Even though I don't get to teach this topic, I do have a large number line with positive and negative numbers posted in my room, with the hope that the kids will observe it and think about it. And, from time to time, when we talk about the idea that the Commutative Property does NOT work for subtraction, we will refer to the number line (that I have to be on tiptoe to reach!) to see that a problem like 7-2 = 5, but 2-7 = -5. So, we do have that visual to discuss from time to time. In preparation for next year (and this year, just in case), I created an Integer Operations Footloose activity, and as I was searching for hands-on activities, I also found this great number line idea on Pinterest, shown here. Students can walk on the number line - I would think this would help students get a better understanding of moving in the positive and negative directions. I really hope I get to use it! If I can't use it at school, maybe I can use it with my daughter this summer.....she still struggles with adding and subtracting negatives and positives. What are some good memory tricks to help students learn the rules of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers?

Great math station FREEBIE using the tens frame!

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Printable math games.

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#### Math Games Galore - These games are perfect for math centers or early finishers, not to mention they're also free! I use these in my classroom and the kids love them!

#### Math: centers: Math Games! Teachers are the most giving people! Maybe have an area like this for early finishers, maybe easier to manage then centers?

#### Math games for early finishers. There are ten games included and its pre-made FREE cards. 2nd grade - but can be adapted.

#### Math Games Galore - These games are perfect for math centers or early finishers, not to mention they're also free!

#### Math Games pocket chart. Can use for fast finishers.

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Love these Lego math games

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Math fact game

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#### Math Power Towers (If they know the fact, they can stack it up and try to build the biggest tower possible out of 40 facts). This link also has a great idea for homework bags which students can take home to get extra practice with math facts. They include games and activities rather than worksheets. Maybe addition facts?!

#### Math Power Towers...a multiplication fact game where you make a tower out of the cups which you've correctly answered!

#### Too cute!!! Fun multiplication game! Students pull out a cup and answer the fact, as long as they get it right, they get to keep stacking.. could use with other math facts, too.

#### Math Power Towers = Use a Pringles Can for a set of plastic cups to practice + - × ÷ Write the answer to the math fact on top with a dry erase marker, then you can stack the cup

#### Center practice for math facts: Math Power Towers--The kids absolutely love this one. We use it as a reward!

#### Math Power Towers: Write product inside for self checking. Great way to do multiplication facts!

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Dollar store math center with foam dice. Can differentiate level up to 3rd grade.

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#### Kathy Griffin's differentiated math game with video directions on her blog. All from the dollar store. :)

#### Dollar Store Math Center Game To add, you can bounce one foam die in the center and then add that number to whichever compartment it lands in!

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Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question. Another great idea to share with my math people to incorporate literacy into math.

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#### Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question Would love to try this! Morning math idea

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#### Math Center... Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question Would love to try this!

#### Using this for math bulletin board!!!! Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question. Another great idea to share with my math people to incorporate literacy into math.

#### Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question. Another great idea to share with my math people to incorporate literacy into math. Could also use Social Studies & Science answers!

#### Higher Level Thinking BBD: teacher provides an answer & students come up with the question. I think I'd like to try this toward the end of the year my 1st graders.

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Spiral Multiplication. Love this idea for a practice game! All you need is a deck of cards and dice. The blog post has directions to download.

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#### Mrs. Patton's Patch: Spiral Multiplication... a Favorite Game of the Year. Such a fun and creative game! Where else do you get to build your own geometric game board?

#### A fun way to practice specific multiplication facts. Work on times 3 today and times 7 next time. Mrs. Patton's Patch: Spiral Multiplication.

#### Partner/Group game - Spiral Multiplication... a Favorite Game of the Year - really easy to simplify math facts they're working on

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Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)

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#### Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.) can add correct # of dots on clothes pins for self checking

#### Kids develop math concepts and fine motor skills as they build math facts using clothespins and craft sticks! Add dots to the end of the clothes pins so that they can count. (Free ideas also included for helping kids work with fact families and missing addends.)

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#### Building Fact Families Awhile back, I saw a great idea from Margaret at KinderJourney. She was using clothes pins and craft sticks to build sight words. I loved the idea because kids enjoy working with the materials and get to develop important fine motor skills while also working with academic tasks. My kids couldn't get enough, so we started using these materials to build addition facts and then fact families. To build addition facts, just write the addition sign and equals sign on the craft sticks. Provide kids with sets of clothespins with numbers you are working with. My kids love to fill a table with facts they have built! Kids love building fact families too! I put the craft sticks and number pins that kids will need to build one fact family in a large ziploc bag. Kids then act as detectives to figure out what fact family they can build using these components. To develop an understanding of missing addend problems, kids pick up a "fact" and remove one of the pins. Their partner has to figure out what number pin they removed. Works for multiplication/division fact families as well. If you decide to try this out, I'd love to hear how it works for you! Thanks for stopping by! Anne

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#### So...I have been unemployed for about a month now and as the habitual person that I am, I have already gotten into quite the routine already. I am not saying that my routine is a healthy one...I will admit there have more showerless days than I'd care to admit! However, I have gotten a lot done in terms of organizing and creating around the house and for "my future class." One of my routines includes my daily visits to my most liked websites...ya know the usual suspects- pinterest, honest toddler, the news sites, and of course a lil' blog stalking! :) Anyway, this morning I came across a pin from a teaching friend of mine and it reminded me of a poster and desk minis I wanted to make a while back when she first gave something similar to one of our little friends when she needed math help. Desk-sized touch math number lines So today...in between seeing Silver Lining's Playbook, which was heart-wrenching and wonderful by the way... I made this Touch Math Poster. If you're not familiar with Touch Math visit their website for more details. Basically it helps students who are struggling with mental math, giving them physical numerical representations within each number. Poster-sized reference poster- Touch Math I am running my freebie deal again...so the first 12 people to repin this post on pinterest and to comment on this post will get a PDF of this colorful poster and the number lines for FREE! Happy Teaching!

#### Hi Friends, Fake it til you make it has officially made it! Last summer I accepted a head coaching position for my love in life...volleyball which landed me an aide position at the preschool in district. Although coaching and being an aide was exciting and fun, I was yearning for my own classroom and to put to work all the amazing things I had learned and created. So off I went on the job hunt which quickly landed me back in 3rd grade! Although my commute went from two blocks to 64 miles one way, I am appreciative and excited to get to work and cannot wait to meet all 26 of those smiling faces in less than 3 weeks! Below you will find all the things I have been working on for the past year!!! There is a ton of stuff some free some paid, but all made with love and heart! touch math posters http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Touch-Points-math-posters-bookmarks-and-desk-reference-1313525 Cursive team themed alphabet letters Math posters! expanded form word wall words with definitions magic e wand Idiom of the week intangible classroom rewards I really hope you find these useful and cute! Happy Teaching! 7 habits of highly effective kids posters

Dice games for multiplication, addition, subtraction