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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.

 

You can purchase the pocket dice at teacher stores or you can buy them on Amazon.

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