Frog Race Graphing Game Printable

Today, I have another printable graphing game for you: Frog Race Graphing Game!

These games are just so much fun – and simple too! You can work on basic math concepts and taking turns with a quick game that doesn’t take long to set up or play. Great for preschoolers and kindergarteners!

 

Graphing games are such a great way of learning and reviewing basic math concepts! Give this Frog Race Graphing Game a try with your preschooler or kindergartener!

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Materials for Frog Race Graphing Game

 

What’s in the printable PDF file?

Two of the pages of the printable need to be printed: The game board and the custom die template.

There are five different cute frog images: Jumping frog, frog princess, laughing frog, winking frog, and frog holding a lily pad.

The die shows the five frog images on five sides and a lily pad with the words “Roll again!” on the sixth side.

 

Graphing games are such a great way of learning and reviewing basic math concepts! Give this Frog Race Graphing Game a try with your preschooler or kindergartener!

 

How to prepare the printable:

Print die template and the game board on heavy paper or cardstock.

Cut out the die template at the black lines. Fold at the dashed lines, add some glue to the tabs, and put the die together.

Add some manipulatives to play the game. We used Mathlink Cubes this time, but you can use pretty much anything you have on hand.

 

Graphing games are such a great way of learning and reviewing basic math concepts! Give this Frog Race Graphing Game a try with your preschooler or kindergartener!

 

How to play the game:

To play the game, roll the custom die and record your rolls by covering a square on the game board with a manipulative.

If you prefer, you could use markers to color the squares instead.

Keep going until a frog reaches the top of the board game. Make sure to cheer on your favorite! {E’s favorite was the princess ? }

Talk about which frog is in the lead or lagging behind. Who’s catching up quickly? Count how many times you’ve rolled a specific frog image. Will the outcome be different next time you play this game? Why?

 

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Check out these other resources for your frog unit study:

Find the Letter F is for Frogs from 3 Boys and a Dog

Frog Books for Preschool from Look! We’re Learning!

Frog Anatomy Worksheets from Living Life and Learning

Frog Hop Activity from CraftCreateCalm

Make a Fun Handprint and Footprint Tissue Paper Frog from Crafty Mama in ME

Free Resources for Frog Life Cycle from Something 2 Offer

5 Easy Frog Exercise Moves for Kids from FrogMom

Children’s Books Featuring Frogs from The Jenny Evolution

Frogs of the Rainforest from Tales of Education at Home

Frog Theme Color Words Book {free printable} from Books and Giggles

Recycled K Cup Frog Craft and Skip Counting Activity from Artsy Momma

Frog Life Cycle for Kids {Printable Set} from The Natural Homeschool

Lots of Learning and Fun with Frogs Sensory Bin from Living Montessori Now

Poison Frog Activity from Schooling a Monkey

Non-fiction Frog Emergent Readers from Royal Baloo

Interactive Frog Life Cycle App for Kids from iGameMom

Frog Writing Prompts from The Usual Mayhem

 

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