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This spring I am adding additional insect learning activities to my printables collection. My newest addition is a set of Insects Roll & Cover Math Games.
My Insects Roll & Cover printable includes three game levels that support number recognition, basic addition, and basic subtraction skills.
This is a wonderful learning tool for your preschooler, kindergartener, or first grader who is working on these important early math skills.
Note: You’ll find more insect learning printables on my Insect Unit Study page.
To play my Insects Roll & Cover Math Games, print off the game board you prefer. In the picture below, I printed off the butterfly-themed number recognition version. This version uses one die. (We use these numbered dice, but you could also use a die with dots.)
To play, kids begin by rolling the die.
Then they place a small object – on this day we used small tiles, but you can also use buttons, coins, small candies, etc. – to cover the number that was rolled.
They keep rolling the die until they have covered all the numbers on the playing board.
The ladybug-themed addition playing board uses two dice to help children practice basic addition with addends 1 to 6 (giving sums 2 to 12).
And the bee-themed subtraction playing board uses two dice to help children practice basic subtraction with differences between 0 and 5.
All three versions come with both a colored background for looks and a white background for those who wish to save on printer ink.
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