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Get your kids moving and burning off their energy with this gross motor dice game. There are 6 different summer-themed actions for them to perform. It’s perfect as a family or party game too!
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For this activity you will need:
Below are the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I’ve found that it’s most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.
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Print and cut out the dice template along the bold lines. Fold along the dashed lines and glue down the tabs of the templates to form a cube. Take turns rolling and have fun!
This free printable is actually one of 60 (yep, that’s right!) games inside my Summer Activities Mega Pack. The 100+ page PDF contains activities covering literacy, math, fine motor and art skills for kids around 2-7 years old.
Sample activity types include:
– Letter recognition
– Alphabet sequence
– Upper and lowercase
– Beginning sounds
– Writing practice
– Number recognition
– Number sequence
– Count and color/circle
– Arrange by size
– Sorting, graphing
– Pattern and logic
– Simple sums
-Color by number
…..and many more!
It’s the perfect boredom-busting secret weapon if you have kids who get a bit stir crazy over the summer holidays. It’s also great for getting ready to go back to school towards the end of the holiday. Check it out here.
Other Summer Printables You’ll Love:
2) Summer Gross Motor Dice – printable dice for getting kids moving outside!
3) Ice Cream Measurement Cards – grab your rulers and learn how to measure length using ice cream cones.
4) Watermelon 4-piece Number Puzzles – works on number recognition, subitizing and counting all at once.
5) Summer Printable Worksheets Pack – 50 pages of mixed worksheets working on various literacy and match activities.
6) Pirate Alphabet Playdough Mats – Literacy and fine motor skills are developed with these colorful playdough letter mats that your students will surely treasure.
7) Count and Compare Fish – In this fun game, kids will count and compare fish in a tank and fish in a bowl to see which has a bigger number and learn how to use the symbols greater than and lesser than correctly.
8) Firefly Counting – This math activity is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and homeschooling or for busy parents looking for something their little one can do independently.
9) Flower Measurement Cards – Kids work on math and measurement in this spring flowers-themed printable.
10) Easy Mondrian Art – My preschooler loved doing this super simple tape and chalk art activity outdoors but if you don’t have a garden, you can download the printable I made for you!