Dice Games for Math Fun

Dice games can help children (and adults) learn to enjoy math. They are a good way to practice math skills at home. They don’t require a lot of equipment and they’re fun!

Here are some to try:

Pig

Instructions and Variations

Knock Out

Instructions

Three or more

Instructions

Run for It!

Instructions

Martinetti

Instructions and Variations

Sequences

Instructions and Variations

Dice Games to Borrow

Did you know that the Decoda Library has some dice game kits that you can borrow?

Any adult in BC can request a loan. Questions? Email library@decoda.ca.

More Ideas for Dice Games

More Math Fun

For more fun math activities that don’t use dice, read Math Fun Indoors and Outdoors.

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