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    Kindergarten Yahtzee - This game is so funny to see how excited the kids get. All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers. They learn the hard way how hard it is to roll a 2 or a 12! For early in year: just use one die!

    Best Math Game Site EVER!!!

    This site is absolutely fabulous. My co-worker found it and I can't stop reading. You have to check this out!!!

    Free Yahtzee Math Games, geared towards 1st grade

    Throw dice in with any math station and kids are pumped - here's a ton of dice games!

    FREE - First Grade Addition Yahtzee

    Uno math games - this whole site is awesome!!!

    Great site!! Math games listed under specific outcomes.

    Super easy workstation!

    Finger Twister Game - $4.99 - Availability: In stock $4.99

    Addition game- Players sit on opposite sides of the playing board. Players take turns rolling the dice and adding the two numbers that appear. If their answer is correct, they may cover the corresponding number on their game board.

    I love this idea! If you go to their website, you can get copies of the Math Wall activities.

    Part-Part-Whole Math

    Shut the Box - Once your kids get hooked on this classic strategy game, you'll want to have dice, paper, and a pen with you any time you leave the house.

    Roll two dice and color the sum. Be the player with the most mittens colored to win!

    Lots of literacy and math station printables

    Change a connect four game into a "make Ten" game great for practicing addition!

    Math center idea for tens and ones. I use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice. The 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place. If they roll a 6 and 4 they write down 64 and then they draw the picture. You can add more dice for larger numbers.

    How do you play with lego in your house? WE love these ideas for using it for fun maths games.

    Roll the Dice to 100 - estimate how many rolls it will take, then roll the die & use a different color for each roll.