4th of July Grid Game Printable

 

Independence Day is coming up! Here’s a quick little game to play to get in the mood: 4th of July Grid Game!

 

Free Math Printables for Kids: Play a 4th of July Grid Game with your kids and help them practice their math skills at the same time!

 

Simply round up some manipulatives {think plastic or glass gems, mini erasers, counting chips, crackers, etc.}, roll a die and cover that number of squares going left to right and top to bottom until all pictures are covered.

One person can play it alone, you can play it as a cooperative game or print it out twice and make it competitive. It’s a quick and simple way to sneak in some math and fine motor skills during summer vacation.

 

Free Math Printables for Kids: Play a 4th of July Grid Game with your kids and help them practice their math skills at the same time!

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Don’t want to play a grid game? Don’t have a die on hand? For an alternative way to use this printable, you could cut out the individual squares, discard one line and play a simple memory or matching game that has two pairs of each of six 4th of July images.

 

Looking for other activities for the 4th of July or other patriotic occasions?

4th of July Beginning Sound Cards

Red, White, and Blue Water Sensory Bin

 

Interested in other math printables?

Owl Addition 1-10

Farm Animal Patterns

 

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  1. the link for the grid game goes to a page that says it doesn’t exist. Tried clicking on the image and the text. both go to the “does not exist” page. Any chance you can fix the link? Can you please email me the correct link?

    1. Thanks for letting me know! I fixed it, and I’m sending you the link right now 🙂 Thanks for continuing to be so awesome and supportive!