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:
Three or more
Run for It!
Dice Games to Borrow
Did you know that the Decoda Library has some dice game kits that you can borrow?
- Dice works for kids: math games for kids using special dice – 80 games using 10-, 12- or 20-sided dice (2 of each dice included)
- Math fun”die”mentals – More than 40 dice games reinforcing Grade 3-8 math skills (36 dice included)
- Rolling into math – More than 40 dice games reinforcing K-3 skills (36 dice included)
Any adult in BC can request a loan. Questions? Email email@example.com.
More Ideas for Dice Games
- 4 fun and easy games you can play with dice
- Dice Games that Build Math Skills
- Games to Play with a Pair of Dice
- Math Games Using Dice
- Math Games: Using Dice With Kids Aged 8-13
More Math Fun
For more fun math activities that don’t use dice, read Math Fun Indoors and Outdoors.
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