Rainbow Roll and Cover Math Game

Are you looking for a Fun Hands-on-Activity to some Math fun in the spring season? This Rainbow Roll and Cover Math Game is excellent for Practicing Number Recognition, Addition and subitising.

Add this free printable Mat to your Preschool Math centre or Learning at home.

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Rainbow Roll and Cover Dice Game

We Love Roll and Cover Dice Games! It is easy to set up and so much fun! Also, a perfect game for children who are just learning numbers.

Things needed

  • The Roll and cover mat (Download at the End of the post)
  • Any Manipulatives at home like Buttons, Coins, Pebbles, etc
  • Dice

We like to use different manipulative for each Game. Here we are using Square Block from Pattern blocks set.

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It is an Easy-Prep Activity. Just Download and Print the Mat. Optionally, you can cut the Rainbow out along the dashed lines to make the activity interesting for the child.

Gather a Dice and Some Manipulatives. Let’s have some Math Fun!

How to Play the Roll and Cover Math Game?

Rainbow roll and cover mat printable free

Roll the Dice and count the dots on the Top. Search the Mat and find the Matching number. Cover it with a Manipulative.

Take turns Rolling and Covering the number until all of the numbers on the board are covered!

Rainbow roll and cover mat

Since it is super simple to play, kids will soon learn to play independently.

Our Free printable also includes another mat for Practicing with two dice, where you cover the Sum of two dice. This Mat is perfect for kids who can do Addition. Print the one that is suitable for your child!

Download the Free Printable

Click on the button below to Download the Rainbow Roll and Cover Game.

Please note this Printable is only for Personal and single Classroom use. You may not Alter or Reshare or Resell it. Thank you!

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