Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Blooming Tree Dice Game

Make a copy of a tree onto construction paper and laminate for durability. Get a supply of craft flowers in a variety of colors. (pictured scrapbooking flowers) Have child roll a dice and identify the number on the dice, next have the child count out the number of flowers to match the number on the dice. Once child has the right amount of flowers have child place the flowers onto the tree. When tree is full of flowers child is done. With this dice game all children are winners.


If you need to challenge some children have them use two dice and add them together, once child has added the two dice together have child count out that many flowers and place them on the tree.

You can also use different styles of dice.

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