Monday, March 11, 2013

FREE Roll-a-Dice Games Editable Version

I was going through my Pinterest boards and realized I had pinned some things from my old website that no longer exists. So I will be adding these FREE items to my blog and Teachers Pay Teachers store.  This is a Roll-a-Dice game that I use during literacy centers. There are 30 customized forms and one blank form. I am leaving it in a word document so you can edit it.  I program dice to match it.  I used to make the paper dice and wrap with packaging tape, but then I found these dice at a conference.  I ended up just buying them to make it easier.  I use sharpie markers on them and then use fingernail polish remover to remove the words.  I tried the erasable markers and dry erase markers but they kept coming off.  I have a Roll-a-Dice center all year long and just change out the skill levels.

The students roll the dice to see what word comes in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th place.  Depending on their fine motor and age, they can put an X on the word or write it with marker.  I always let my kiddos use marker (even first graders) at this center.  They have the choice to use pencils if they choose.
The download is in a doc file so you can edit the pages to include your own letters/sounds, students's names, sight words, word families, phonics patterns, and spelling words.
I used to make my own dice until I found these on sale at a conference.  They were worth every penny:-) Click HERE for a link to buy the dice.  You can also use Ellison Cut-Out dice and lunch size milk cartons cut in half then placed inside each other.

Click HERE to download these FREE games on Teachers Pay Teachers.

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    1. Thanks! I am glad you can use them. Thanks for stopping by my blog.