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Subject: Mathematics

#3981. Dice Toss

Mathematics, level: Kindergarten
Posted Fri May 4 10:49:00 PDT 2007 by Jennifer Robbins (jennifer.robbins16@pcc.edu).
Portland, OR
Materials Required: Dice, graph
Activity Time: 15 minutes
Concepts Taught: Number Recognition and Graphing

Basic Dice Toss Instructions
Skills: Number recognition and graphing
This game can be played one person or two. The materials required are a dice and the recording graph. Each person takes a turn and rolls the dice and then fills in one square on the graph for the number rolled. The game continues until one of the columns is filled. Answer the questions at the bottom of the graph based on the results.

The graph is a grid with the numbers 1 through 6 along the bottom. I created it in Word by making a table.
The questions at the bottom are Which number had the most and which one had the least?