These End of the Year and Summer Math and Literacy Dice Centers are perfect for May. The pocket cubes are a perfect way to increase student engagement. They are so EASY to swap out each month. This will be a staple center in your kindergarten classroom where you can focus on literacy skills and math skills.
These May center activities have a few EDITABLE RESPONSE PAGES. In this way, you and target the exact skills you want your classroom OR individual student to focus on during their center time.
HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE END OF THE YEAR AND SUMMER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):
- Sunny Vowel Teams: roll and write words with vowel teams literacy center activity
- Camping with Digraphs: Students roll the dice and complete the word with the beginning digraph or ending digraph then write the word
- Building Sentences: Students roll two dice to create sentences and read a variety of sentences then students select a few to write.
- Cool Words (Summer themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an editable cube and response page.
- Diving for Numbers: Students roll the dice and trace or write the numbers. This math center activity includes numbers 1 to 30.
- Diving for Numbers What’s Next: Students will roll the dice and write the number then write the next two numbers.
- Beach Bound Addition: Students roll two dice and write the numbers they rolled then add them together and write the sum.
- Seeing Stars! Making 10: Students roll the dice and color the stars blue then color the remaining stars green to make 10. This center also includes an addition page with stars.
- Sweet Summertime Ten Frames: Students roll the dice and write the number word. This center includes an editable response page if you want your students to practice tracing the number words.
- Sweet Summertime Before and After: Students roll a die and write the number then write the number that comes before and after that number.
- Tally Mark Splash: Students roll the die and write the number word of the tally mark amount. This center also includes a more and less version where students roll two die and write the numbers they rolled then color the number that is more red and the number that is less yellow.
HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE END OF THE YEAR AND SUMMER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):
- Surf’s Up Sounds – S blends: Students roll the dice and color the surfboard with same blend.
- Camping Out Sounds – Ending Digraphs: Students roll the dice and color the tent with the same ending digraph.
- Treehouse Vowel Sounds: Students roll the dice and write the word on the treehouse including the missing vowel sound.
- Beach Fun Sentences: Students roll two dice to build sentences then write an illustrate three of the sentences.
- May Syllables: Students roll the dice and color the picture that matches the same number of syllables.
- Scooping Up Words: Students will roll the dice and write the sight words. This literacy center has an editable response page so you can targe the sight words you are working on.
- Collecting and Counting Sand Dollars: Students will roll the dice and neatly write the numbers. This math center has an editable response page so you can enter the numerals you want your students to practice.
- Summer Fun Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Scoops: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Scoops: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Floating Along Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 30. This math center has an editable response page so you can target the numerals students need to practice.
- Floating Along Tally Marks: Students will read the tally marks and complete the place value page.
TOTALLY CUSTOMIZE THESE CENTER ACTIVITIES!
YOU get to decide the skills you want your students to focus on. Editable response pages and interchangeable cards allow you to differentiate and focus your students’ practice work. YOU can select which letters, sounds, words, or numeracy skills you want your student to focus on during math centers or literary centers. Many provide a variety of levels for differentiation.
These kindergarten center activities are intentionally predictable. No surprises! In this way, you will free up instructional time so you can meet with your small groups. Meanwhile, your students will be working in a meaningful way during center time.
2022 COMPLETE UPDATE FOR FREE!
I originally created this set of math and literacy centers in 2014. In 2022, I sat down and updated them. I have included the older version in the zipped file in the event you want to use some of the activities from the past.
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NOTE: YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE THE CUBES. THEY ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD.
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