Free Math Dice Game for ages 4-6 (to learn double digit numbers)
This week, ED is going to work on place value. She still needs work on her double digits (not reversing fourteen as 41 and so forth). There’s a game we haven’t played in ages called Sunny Side Up that is just perfect for reviewing those double digit numbers. I made some new game sheets for her and will share it for anyone else who might be interested.
First, here’s how to play:
*Make 5 dice with the numbers 1-5 and a sunny face. I keep a supply of wooden cubes from the hobby store on hand just for occasions like this!
*Each player gets a Sunny Side Up sheet. (There are 4 on each page below.)
*Each player takes a turn tossing all 5 dice at once.
*The player combines the numbers to cross off as many numbers on her score sheet as possible.
*A sunny side up can be used for any number.
*For example, if she threw the dice and had the following numbers 3 5 1 5 and a sunny side. She could cross out the numbers 55, 34 (3 and the sun) and 1 on her score sheet
*The first person to cross off all their numbers wins.
Click here to download the instructions and game sheets for Sunny Side Up. As always, it’s free to download.
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Hope you and your child/children have fun!!
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