I was at a science training Friday, and they showed us an easy little review game. I thought the format would be great for math, so here’s what I came up with.
The student rolls two number cubes. It might be easier for the kiddos if the number cubes are different colors, like on the recording sheet, but they don’t really need to be. The green number cube tells them what number to use, and the red cube tells them the task. For example, if they roll a green 3 and a red 2, they would use the number 14 and show it with ten-frames. Is that clear? Then they roll the number cubes again and have a different number with a different task. I didn’t make a recording sheet, because our kiddos would put the work in their math journals.
I did, however, make several versions of the sheet so you can customize it. Click here to grab yours! If you download it, I’d love for you to comment. 🙂
Check out this post for a new version for fractions!