# Candy Corn Roll and Color Games

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Roll and color games are some of my favorite math centers to have on hand because they are quick to set up, fun for kids, and a great way to practice number sense too! I especially love when I can incorporate roll and color activities that are themed for the season. These free Candy Corn Roll and Color games are perfect for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and even 1st graders, as they come in 3 levels and ways to play. So, grab your dice and get ready for a fun math activity!

*Pair with our Roll and Color Games for the Year!

## Candy Corn Roll and Color Games

Getting these games ready is super easy. Just print, add dice and crayons, and play!

I love that I can play them with kids that are just beginning to count all the way up to kids that are ready to add and subtract. Number lines are even included for early learners who may need a little help, or if you decide to use numbered dice instead of dotted.

Some of my favorite dice to have in the classroom for variety are:

Let’s check out what’s included!

## Roll and Count

For learners that are just starting to count, the first printable game is a perfect fit! It will help students with one-to-one correspondence and subitizing (recognizing sets instantly without counting).

We roll one die, find the numbered candy corn that matches, and color it in.

For an extra challenge, we play the addition version. At this time of year (fall), this is the level game I will typically have in math centers for the majority of my students, as they are ready to combine sets into a total.

You can used dotted dice which give students a little assistance with finding the sums. Or, if you want to use numbered dice, there is a number line for them to use as well!

## Roll and Subtract

For students that are ready for subtraction, the Roll and Subtract version gives the challenge of first identifying which number is more, and then subtracting the smaller number from the larger to find the difference.

I find this version is easier for students to grasp when playing with numbered dice vs. dotted, however either will work! This version includes a number line as well.

Ready to start rolling and coloring? Grab your free set of the Candy Corn Roll and Color printables by clicking the large, yellow download button at the end of the post!

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