Ninja Graphing Game

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Today’s Ninja Graphing Game printable is a VIP Early Bird printable that after several weeks is now finally available to everyone.

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Materials for Ninja Graphing Game

Counting, graphing, taking turns, rolling a die, and more: This simple cute printable Ninja Graphing Game works on many skills and is just plain fun for both my preschooler and elementary student.

What’s in the printable PDF file?

The file includes a game board with 5 images of ninja with different colored headbands and belts in 5 different poses.

The other page of the printable has a custom dice template with the same five images and one that says “BAM!” on the sixth side of the dice.

Counting, graphing, taking turns, rolling a die, and more: This simple cute printable Ninja Graphing Game works on many skills and is just plain fun for both my preschooler and elementary student.

Print out the game board and the custom dice template. Cut out the dice at the solid black lines, crease at the dashed lines, and put the dice together with some glue or sticky tape.

Roll the dice and mark a space for each image the dice lands on. Keep going until one of the ninjas reaches the top of the board game. Make sure to cheer on your favorite! When the dice lands on “BAM!”, you can skip a turn or choose your own rule.

You can play the game alone or with a partner. One variation we’ve tried with a partner was to each pick one of the ninjas and only mark their spaces when that player rolled the correct image. It sure took a while to finish that game 😉

Working on graphing?

Check out my Graphing Through the Year Pack and have fun learning how to make graphs and tally charts with seasonal themes for the whole school year: fall, Halloween, Thanksgiving, winter, Christmas, Valentines Day, spring, and Easter!

Includes eight themes and three types of activities at different levels: Graphing games, count & graph no-prep worksheets, and read & graph no-prep worksheets.

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Counting, graphing, taking turns, rolling a die, and more: This simple cute printable Ninja Graphing Game works on many skills and is just plain fun for both my preschooler and elementary student.

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Like the clip art?

I don’t have anything else using this clip art set available yet, but N loves it, and I’ve made several games with it for him. Stay tuned, I’ll publish them as soon as I can!

Are you looking for more graphing activities? Check out these!

Graphing Through the Year Pack (some with dice, some no prep)

Superhero Graphing Game (with a spinner)

Roll Graphing Game (no prep!)

Ghost Family Graphing Game


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