Fall Number Game

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Number recognition and number sense are skills that we work hard on in my classroom! We do our number talks every day, practice our counting, and are constantly exploring numbers and their meaning. I am always looking for ways to make these concepts engaging for my students. They need repetition and practice, but it needs to be fun too. This free Fall Number Game is a fun way to work on number identification to 30 and it’s simple to prepare!

*Pair with our Fall Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

Fall Number Game

When prepping the game, I laminated the “Rake Up Numbers!” printable for sturdiness since we will use it multiple times. Then I grabbed some dice and something to use for markers.

I used pom poms because we have a TON of them in my classroom. Also – they are pretty quiet when your kiddos bop them down on each space. It would also be fun to use themed erasers from Target or the dollar store if you can find them!

We took turns rolling the die and moving that number of spaces. The person who rolled should say the name of the number that they landed on.

When I play this with my class, I encourage them to help one another and have both partners say the number. They don’t get another turn if they get it right (they just take turns so whoever wins really depends on the luck of the roll).

The first one to get to the end wins!

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  1. This is such a cute activity! Thanks so much for sharing. We also love Jack Hartmann’s video – “Let’s get fit, have some fun, count to 100, by 1’s!” Love it 🙂

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