Roll and Cover activities are my absolute favorite for practicing addition! Since we are in the season of fall, I thought you’d like to grab our new Fall Addition Roll and Cover printable for FREE!
Fall Addition Roll and Cover
This Fall Addition Roll and Cover printable activity is suitable for kindergarten and first grades. I would encourage you to use it in your math center or small groups. It’s the perfect activity for your homeschool or traditional classroom. Tip: If you have access to a laminator, I would suggest laminating this printable so that you can use it over and over again.
To get started, gather your materials.
- FREE Fall Addition Roll & Cover Printable (print it using the yellow button below)
- counters, chips or any other game piece you have on hand
How to Use this Printable
This printable can be used in a math center or small group setting. You can have one child use it for independent practice or two children can work together and play it as a game.
One Player Activity
For a one player activity, the student will roll two dice. He/she will count the dots on both of the dice, adding them together.
The student must then find that number on the roll & cover printable. Children can use plastic chips, colorful manipulatives or any other game piece that you have on hand to cover up the number. Tip: If you laminate the printable activity, then you can give your students dry erase markers. Children can “x” out the numbers on the roll & cover activity page with dry erase markers.
Two Player Activity
For a two player activity, children will choose one colored chip that will remain their color the entire game. Players take turns rolling the dice and covering up the numbers on the game board with their game pieces. The game continues until all numbers have been covered up. The player with the most game pieces on the roll & cover activity page is the winner!
Grab Your Copy
Ready to work on addition and subtraction? Grab your copy of the fall roll and cover printables by clicking the yellow button below. Then, hop on over and try these songs to teach counting to 100!