Roll to 100 Dice Game
Learn to count playing this "roll to 100" dice game! Students will roll the dice and color in the squares until they have reached 100.
Supplies used: Colored Pencils, Crayons or Markers, Liquid Adhesive, Construction Paper (Optional).
- Using desired cardstock or construction paper colors, die-cut one dice box and enough circles to number each side of the box from 1-6 with dots from the Box, Dice XL die. Die-cut enough dice for every two children in a class to share one.
- Fold along all score lines on the box and begin to adhere the dice box together by tucking the tabs into their opposite side and adhering them in to place.
- One the box is assembled fill each side of the box with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 dots to represent the lifelike dice. Adhere the dots into place with liquid adhesive.
- On a computer, create a Roll to 100 work sheet and print off enough copies for the classroom.
- Pair two students together with one dice and have them take turns rolling the dice. The person who rolls the dice will then color in the number of squares on their worksheet that they rolled on their dice. The students will take turns rolling the dice until someone makes it to 100 and is declared the winner.