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These Math and Literacy Pocket Dice Centers are perfect for your kindergarten classroom. 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 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.

**AUGUST & SEPTEMBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE BACK TO SCHOOL AND APPLE THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Apple-i-ous Letters: Roll and write the letters or trace the letters. The
**response page is editable**so you can choose the letters you are working on. - Apple Picking Time – Students roll the dice and write the letters on the apples to the finish line.
- Write On Sounds: Beginning Sounds roll and write literacy center activity The
**response page is editable**so you can target the beginning sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - Wonderful Words (School-themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Sticky Numbers: Students will roll the dice and trace or write the numbers in this math center activity.
- The Bus Stops Here: Students will roll the dice, count the ten frames and trace or write the numbers in this math center activity.

**AUGUST & SEPTEMBER -HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE BACK TO SCHOOL AND ANIMAL THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Applicious Letters: Students will practice writing and tracing letters.
**EDITABLE** - Try’n Lion Sounds: Students will roll the die and write the beginning sounds.
- Watch OUT Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the book that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: b, t, j, m, c.
- Give a Dog a Bone: Students roll the die and shade the bone that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: d, l, n ,r, s.
- Back to School Counting Syllables: Students will roll the die and shade the picture that matches the syllables on the pencil cards.
- Colorful 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. - Pick of the Bushel Counting Apples: Students will practice counting and writing numerals up to 10. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Back to School Fun: Students will roll the die and shade the school-themed object that has the same amount.
- Counting on Back to School: Students will roll the die and trace the numbers, then count on to 100.
- Counting School Objects: Students will Roll the die then shade the number of objects to match. There is a response sheet for counting objects 1-6 and counting objects 5-10 in this math center activity.
- Shape Rolling- Students roll the die and shade the object that has the same shape.

**OCTOBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE FALL, HALLOWEEN, AND FIRE SAFTEY THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Precious Pumpkins: Roll and write the letters or trace the letters. The
**response page is editable**so you can choose the letters you are working on. - Spinning Sounds: Beginning Sounds roll and write literacy center activity The
**response page is editable**so you can target the beginning sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - Hot, Hot Rhymes (Firefighter-themed rhyming activity): Students roll the dice and color the picture that rhymes.
- A Perfect Patch of Words: (Pumpkin-themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Bat-tas-tic Numbers: Students will roll the dice and trace or write the numbers in this math center activity. This math center activity has an
**editable response page**so you can target the numbers your students need the most practice with. - These shapes are on Fire: Students roll the die and color the shape in this math center activity.
- Scaredy Cat: Students will roll the die and count the numbers on the ten frames then write or trace them. This activity has an
**editable response page**if you would like students to trace the numbers. - Happy Jack Tally Marks: Students will roll the die and count the tally marks then write or trace the numbers. This activity has an
**editable response page**if you would like students to trace the numbers.

**OCTOBER -HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE FALL AND THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- A Latte Pumpkin Letters: Students will practice writing and tracing letters. The
**response page is editable**so you can choose the letters you are working on. - Whoo is Ready for Sounds: Students will roll the die and write the beginning sounds.
- Shoo! Crow! Shoo! Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the pumpkin that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: j, e, p, k, s.
- Trick or Treat Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the candy that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: o, m, f, v, w.
- Picking Pumpkins Syllables: Students will roll the die and shade the picture that matches the syllables on the pencil cards.
- Collecting 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. - Squirrel it Away: Students will practice counting and writing numerals up to 10. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Falling Into Fall Fun: Students will roll the die and shade the fall-themed object that has the same amount.
- Fantastic Fall: Students will roll the die and trace the numbers, then count on to 100.
- Counting Fall Objects: Students will Roll the die then shade the number of objects to match. There is a response sheet for counting objects 1-6 and counting objects 5-10 in this math center activity.
- Shape Rolling- Students roll the die and shade the object that has the same shape.

**NOVEMBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE FALL AND SCARECROW THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Silly Scarecrow: Students will roll two dice to create a CVC word. They will then determine if the word is a real word or nonsense word and write it on the response page.
- Falling Sounds: Beginning Sounds roll and write literacy center activity The
**response page is editable**so you can target the beginning sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - A-Maize-ing Rhymes: Students roll the dice and color the picture that rhymes.
- Fall Into Words: (Scarecrow-themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Squirrely Numbers: Students will roll the dice and trace or write the numbers in this math center activity. This math center activity has 2
**editable response pages**and a before and after page where students will write the number they roll on the acorn, then write the number that comes before and after that number. - Flying South for Shapes: Students roll the die and color the shape in this math center activity.
- Owl tell you the Numbers: Students will roll the die and count the numbers on the ten frames then write or trace them. This activity has 2
**editable response pages**if you would like students to trace the numbers. - Owl Tell you what’s next: Students will write the number they roll on the pumpkin then write the next two numbers.
- Too Cute to Scare Tally Marks: Students will roll the die and count the tally marks then write or trace the numbers. This activity has an 2
**editable response page**if you would like students to trace the numbers. - Too Cute to Scare More and Less: Students will roll two dice and write the numbers on that hats, then color the hat with the bigger number.

**NOVEMBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE FALL AND THANKSGIVING THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Gobbling Up Letters: Students will practice writing and tracing letters. The
**response page is editable**so you can choose the letters you are working on. - Baking CVC Words: Students will roll two dice to create a CVC word. They will then determine if the word is a real word or nonsense word and write it on the response page.
- Stuffed Beginning Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the turkey that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: d, m, n, p, t.
- Pop! Ending Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the corn that has the same ending sound. This center features ending sounds: d, m, n, p, t.
- Turkey in the Straw Rhymes: Roll the dice and shade the picture that rhymes.
- Not too Scary 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. - Feathers Galore: Students will practice counting and writing numerals up to 10 by counting the feathers on the turkey. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. There is also a before and after response sheet where students will write the number they roll then write the number that comes before and after. - Bountiful Harvest: Students will roll the dice and write the numbers on the cornucopia then write the next two numbers.
- Bountiful Harvest Counting On: Students will roll the die and trace the numbers, then count on to 100.
- Perfect Patch Making 10: Students will roll the dice and color the pumpkins orange, then color the remaining pumpkins yellow to make 10.
- Perfect Patch Addition: Students will roll the dice 2 times and write each number on the pumpkins then solve the equations.
- Sunflower Fun: Students roll the die and write the number of tally marks.
- Sunflower Fun Comparing Amounts: Roll the dice and write the numbers by the sunflowers, color the sunflower that is more orange and the sunflower that is less yellow.
- Shape Touchdown: Students roll the dice and shade the object that has the same shape.

**DECEMBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE CHRISTMAS AND WINTER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Run! Run! Run! for Vowels: Students will roll the dice and color the word with the same vowel sound.
- Holly Holly Sounds: Ending Sounds roll and write literacy center activity The
**response page is editable**so you can target the ending sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - Snowy Syllables: Students roll the dice and color in a snowball for each syllable of the word.
- Dashing Words: (Reindeer-themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Evergreen Numbers: Students will roll the dice and trace or write the numbers in this math center activity. This math center activity has 2
**editable response pages**and a before and after page where students will write the number they roll on the tree, then write the number that comes before and after that number. - Cooking up 10: Roll the dice and color the Christmas cookies red then color the remaining Christmas cookies green to make 10.
- Chilly Friends: Students will roll the die and count the numbers on the ten frames then write or trace them. This activity has 2
**editable response pages**if you would like students to trace the numbers. - Chilly Friends What’s Next: Students will write the number they roll on the carrot nose then write the next two numbers.
- Tally Boot Scoot: Students will roll the die and count the tally marks then write or trace the numbers. This activity has an
**editable response page**if you would like to pick the numbers your students practice.

**DECEMBER – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE CHRISTMAS AND WINTER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Winter Time Letters: Students will practice writing and tracing letters. The
**response page is editable**so you can choose the letters you are working on. - Snowball Fight Building CVC Words: Students will roll two dice to create a CVC word. They will then determine if the word is a real word or nonsense word and write it on the response page.
- Frosty Beginning Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the snowman that has the same beginning sound. This center features beginning sounds: b, g, k, l, r.
- Frosty Ending Sounds: Students roll the die and shade the snowman that has the same ending sound. This center features ending sounds: b, g, k, l, r.
- Winter Wonderland Rhymes: Roll the dice and shade the picture that rhymes.
- Gingerbread 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. - Goody Goody Gumdrops: Students will practice counting and writing numerals up to 10 by counting the gumdrops the gingerbread man is holding. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. There is also a before and after response sheet where students will write the number they roll then write the number that comes before and after. - Sweet Treats: Students will roll the dice and write the numbers on the cupcake then write the next two numbers.
- Sweet Treats Counting On: Students will roll the die and trace the numbers, then count on to 100.
- Sipping Hot Cocoa: Students will roll the dice and color the marshmallows red, then color the remaining marshmallows green to make 10.
- Special Delivery Numeral Practice: Students roll the die and write the number of tally marks.
- Special Delivery Comparing Amounts: Roll the dice and write the numbers by the envelope, color the envelope that is more green and the envelope that is less red.
- The Perfect Tree (This activity features 3D shape practice): Students roll the dice and shade the object that has the same 3D shape.

**JANUARY – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE WINTER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Snow Many Sounds: Short Vowel Sounds roll and write literacy center activity
- Snow Many Sounds: Digraph Beginning Sounds word families roll and write literacy center activity
- A Flurry of Sounds: Ending Sounds 2 Different roll and write response page options. The
**response page is editable**so you can target the ending sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - Zooming Words: Build CVC short a words then write them as a real word or a nonsense word.
- Fishy Syllables: Students will listen for the syllables.
- Ice Fort of Words: This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page.

**JANUARY – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE WINTER THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Smitten with Mittens Counting: Students will practice counting objects and recording their responses.
- Smitten with Mittens Before and After: Students will write the numbers that come before and after the number they rolled.
- Snowball Fight Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Snowball Fight Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting on Fish: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting on Fish: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Winter Best Friends Counting Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 20. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Winter Best Friends Comparing Tally Marks Students will read the tally marks then compare the amounts.

**FEBRUARY – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE VALENTINES AND DENTAL HEALTH THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS:**

- Love those Vowel Sounds: Students roll the dice and color the word with the vowel sound.
- Hearty Harvest of Sounds: Students roll the dice and trace or write the ending sounds. The
**response page is editable**so you can target the ending sounds that fit your kindergarten students needs. - Building Words: Build CVCe words then determine if they are real words or nonsense words.
- Toothy Syllables: Students will listen for the syllables.
- Fairy Fine Words (Tooth fairy -themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Will you be Mine: Students roll the dice and trace or write the numbers. This center has an
**editable response page**so you can target the numbers you want your students to practice. This center features numbers 1 to 20. - Will you be mine before and after: Students roll the dice and write the number on the heart then write the number that comes before and after.
- Brusha! Brusha! Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Brusha! Brusha Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Bucket of Love Ten Frames: Students roll the dice and write the numbers they count on the ten frames. This center has an
**editable response page**so you can type the numbers you want them to practice. - Come On Spring Tally Marks: Students will roll the die and count the tally marks then write or trace the numbers. This activity has an
**editable response page**if you would like to pick the numbers your students practice. - Come on Spring More or Less: Students will roll two dice and write the numbers then color the number that is more yellow and the number that is less pink.

**FEBRUARY – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE VALENTINES AND DENTAL HEALTH THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Sweet Dreams Dental Health Sounds: Short Vowel Sounds roll and write literacy center activity
- Sweet Dreams Dental Health Beginning L Blends Sounds word families roll and write literacy center activity
- Lovely Sounds: Ending Sounds 2 Different roll and write response page options. The
**response page is editable**so you can target the ending sounds that fit your kindergarten kiddos needs. - Blooming Words: Build CVC short e and short i words then write them as a real word or a nonsense word.
- Cupid’s Syllables: Students will listen for the syllables.
- Waking Up (Groundhog-themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Sweet Treats Before and After: Students will write the numbers that come before and after the number they rolled.
- Brusha! Brusha! Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Brusha! Brusha Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Hearts: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Hearts: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Snowman Adventures Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 20. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Snowman Adventures Comparing Tally Marks: Students will read the tally marks then compare the amounts.

**FEBRUARY – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE VALENTINES AND DENTAL HEALTH THEMED MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Sweet Treats Counting: Students will practice counting objects and recording their responses.
**EDITABLE** - Sweet Treats Before and After: Students will write the numbers that come before and after the number they rolled.
- Brusha! Brusha! Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Brusha! Brusha Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Hearts: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Hearts: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Snowman Adventures Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 20. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Snowman Adventures Comparing Tally Marks: Students will read the tally marks then compare the amounts.

**MARCH – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE ST PATRICKS DAY AND SPRING THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS(2014 version):**

- Lucky Little Man Beginning L Blends Sounds word families roll and write literacy center activity.
- Lucky Little Man Beginning R Blends Sounds word families roll and write literacy center activity.
- Bright Sounds Digraphs: Students roll the dice and write the word under the correct digraph.
- March Building Sentences: Students build and write sentences.
- March Syllables: Students roll the dice and color the picture that matches the number of syllbales.
- It’s Raining Words (rainy day -themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Lucky You Counting Horseshoes: Students roll the dice and write the number. This math center has an editable response page so you can target the numbers your students need practice with.
- Lucky You Counting Before and After: Students will write the numbers that come before and after the number they rolled.
- Basketball Fun! Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Basketball Fun Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Clovers: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Clovers: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Team Adventures Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 20. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Team Adventures Comparing Tally Marks: Students will read the tally marks then compare the amounts.

**MARCH – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE ST PATRICKS DAY AND SPRING THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS(2022 version):**

- Lucky Little Man L Blends Sounds: roll and write literacy center activity
- Lucky Little Man R Blends Sounds: roll and write literacy center activity
- Bright Digraph Sounds: 2 Different roll and write response page options.
- March Sentences: Build simple sentences then write them with a writing checklist.
- March Syllables: Students will listen for the syllables.
- It’s Raining Words (Spring themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Lucky You Counting: Students will practice counting objects and recording their responses.
**EDITABLE** - Lucky You Before and After: Students will write the numbers that come before and after the number they rolled.
- Basketball Fun! Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- Basketball Fun! Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Clovers: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Clovers: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Team Adventures Tally Marks: Students will practice writing their numerals up to 20. This math center has an
**editable response**page so you can target the numerals students need to practice. - Team Adventures Comparing Tally Marks: Students will read the tally marks then compare the amounts.

**APRIL – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE SPRING AND EARTH DAY THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2014 version):**

- Blooming Word Families: Students will the dice and trace or write the word.
- Buggy for Vowels: Students will roll the dice and write or trace the vowel sound.
- Building Sentences: Students will roll two dice to build sentences then write and illustrate three sentences.
- Sweet Words (bee -themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Blooming Numbers: Students write or trace the number they roll. This math center has an
**editable response page**so you can target the numbers you are working on. - Blooming Numbers what’s next: Students will roll the dice and write the number then write the next two numbers.
- Blooming Numbers Place Value: Students will show the tens and ones to match the number they rolled.
- Love the Earth Addition: Students roll two dice and write an equation then solve for the sum.
- So Egg-citing Making 10: Students will complete the image to make 10. Then record their math number statement.
- So Egg-citing Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- So Egg-citing Subtraction: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Signs of Spring Ten Frames: Students will roll the dice and write the number word or trace the number words. You can
**edit the response page**to target the numbers your students need practice with. - Signs of Spring Tally Marks: Students will write the number they roll and then write the number that comes before and after. This center also includes a tens and ones tally mark response page.
- Sweet Spring Tally Marks: Students will write the number they roll and then write the numbers and determine which number is more and which number is less. This center also includes a tens and ones tally mark response page.

**APRIL – HERE ARE THE SKILLS COVERED IN THESE SPRING AND EARTH DAY THEMED LITERACY AND MATH CENTERS (2022 version):**

- Sweet Buzzing R Blends Sounds: roll and write literacy center activity
- Collecting S Blends Sounds: roll and write literacy center activity
- Picking Digraph Sounds: 2 Different roll and write response page options.
- April Sentences: Build simple sentences then write them with a writing checklist.
- April Syllables: Students will listen for the syllables.
- Happy Spring (Spring themed sight word activity): This sight word center activity has an
**editable**cube and response page. - Lucky Duck Counting: Students will practice counting objects and recording their responses.
**EDITABLE** - Spring Fun Addition: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Spring Fun Subtraction: Students will create, record, and solve the equations.
- Counting Blooms: Counting on by 1. Students will record the number they rolled then count on.
- Counting Blooms: Counting on to 100. Students will continue to count on as they roll their way to 100.
- Mud Pie 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. - Mud Pie Tally Marks Students will read the tally marks andcomplete the place value page.

**MAY – 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.

**MAY – 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.**

**INTENTIONALLY PREDICTABLE**

These kindergarten pocket dice 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.

**NOTE: YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE THE CUBES. THEY ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THIS DOWNLOAD.**

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