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    Valentine’s Day Dice Game

    There are two ways to play this Valentine’s Day Dice Game. You can play the Roll and Cover the Cupcakes version using one die or the Roll and Cover the Cookies version using two dice. Each version is a fun learning game for your child! 

    There is just something about Valentine’s Day that I love (I don’t know if it is the sweets, the colors, or the hearts) and it is a great time to sneak in some learning with Valentine’s Day themed activities and games. 

    Valentine's Day Dice Game

    Cover the Cupcakes Directions:

    1. Roll the die.
    2. Cover the number you roll.
    3. When all of the cupcakes are covered, you win!

    Valentine's Day Dice Game

     

    Cover the Cookies Directions:

    1. Roll two dice.
    2. Cover the number you roll.
    3. When all of the cookies are covered, you win!

    Valentine's Day Dice Game

     

    Use what you have on hand to cover the numbers. Here are some of our favorite things to use:

    • candies (then we eat them when we win)
    • pom poms
    • poker chips
    • bingo chips
    • erasers
    • blocks
    • cereal

    Valentine's Day Dice Game

    Targeted Skills found in this Valentine’s Day Dice Game:

    • One to One Correspondence 
    • Counting
    • Number Identification

    You can download and print both dice games below. Play them in your classroom, at home, or at a party!

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