These printable Earth Day Roll and Cover Games are great for preschoolers and kindergarteners to get familiar with a die and corresponding numbers in a cooperative, competitive, or solo game.
There’s a number version and one version with dice faces to match to the roll of the real die, both with cute Earth Day-themed images.
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Materials for Earth Day Roll and Cover Games
- Laminator and laminating pouches (optional).
- Manipulatives, markers, crayons, or other ways to cover the numbers on the game board.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
The file contains two pages with a game board each. As a no-prep printable game, all you need to do is print, get a die and some manipulatives, and start playing. (You can still laminate, of course, if you prefer.)
One game board shows a boy and a girl, each holding a globe. This gameboard has numbers from 1-6. If you want to play competitively, one player can fill in the numbers on the boy and the other those on the girl. Alternatively, you can print a copy for each player.
The other shows a box of recycling and dice faces from 1-6. You can play this one competitively, too, either by printing it out twice or by using different shapes and/or colors of manipulatives for each player. The players don’t need to be able to recognize numbers for this one, just match the dots on the game board to those on the die they rolled.
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Like the clip art?
Are you looking for other learning resources that use dice? Try these!
Hello Sunshine! Counting Printable Pack (includes different roll and cover games and a grid game)
Simple Addition Dice Game by Powerful Mothering
Roll a Color Alphabet Game by Mom Inspired Life
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