Monster Roll and Cover Counting Game
I am back with another fun roll and cover game! We had a blast with the spider roll and cover game I shared last week, so I had to make another one!
The monster theme of this one is so much fun! We especially enjoyed adding spots to the silly monster.
Differentiated Monster Math Activities
There are two levels or ways to play this game.
With the first level, students will roll one dice and cover a corresponding number on the mat.
With the second level, students will roll two dice, add the numbers together and cover a corresponding space on the mat.
It’s super simple to play so kids can easily learn to play it independently.
Setting Up the Monster Math Activity
These monster roll and cover mats are super easy to prep. Just print and play!
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- The Monster Roll and Cover Mats (button to download at the bottom of this post)
- Foam dice
- Buttons or another small manipulative (googly eyes would also be fun)
Just print the mats and slip into write and wipe pockets (or laminate) for durability.
The mats are now ready to use!
Playing the Monster Roll and Cover Math Game
This monster math game is super simple to play!
Students using the first mat will roll a dice. Then they will cover a corresponding number on the monster with a button or another manipulative of your choice. Googly eyes would also be another fun option.
Students using the second mat will roll two dice and add the two numbers together. Then they will cover the sum on the monster with a button.
Students continue rolling the dice and covering numbers on the silly monster until all of the numbers are covered.
That’s it! It’s a super simple, but totally effective way for students to learn numbers, counting, addition and more!
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