Sunday, September 23, 2012

First Grade Yahtzee Games and Red and Yellows

Hey! I think I sent all the requested copies of my game boards from yesterday’s post. But if you didn’t leave your e-mail I decided to post them here for you. I hope your students enjoy playing these. If you partake, how about a comment or some feedback?? Pretty please.

             First Grade Yahtzee Plus 1
            This file has both games boards for plus 1 and plus 2
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                           First Grade Yahtzee Plus 2
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                              First Grade Yahtzee Plus 1 w/ 2 dice
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                                 First Grade Yahtzee Plus 2 w/ 2 dice
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                   Reds and Yellows. I usually make front to back copies and the students always keep one in their work folders to play of they finish an assignment early.
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23 comments:

  1. Thanks for your generosity in sharing your creations and your ideas. Yours was one of the first blogs I found and I just love your math ideas. I can't wait to play reds and yellows with my class. Take care!
    Chrissy
    First Grade Found Me

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  2. Thanks for sharing these games! They are great! :)

    Amanda
    First Grade Garden

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  3. Thanks for sharing these maths centres. Have only just picked up a few packets of the two-sided counters and this game will be perfect!

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  4. Thank you! These are terrific!

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  5. These games are so creative! Thank you SO much for sharing! I'd love the others!
    Charlotte
    csweb@me.com

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  6. WOW! Amazing! Your kids are sooo lucky to have you. I am new to this blogging thing, but I am so excited to share & to be mentored by great teachers like you! Thanks!

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  7. Thanks so much for the shout out! I love the yahtzee boards! I can't wait to use them with my firsties!

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  8. WOW! I can't wait to use these this week. You are awesome as always! Thanks for sharing.
    Petersons-Pad

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  9. Wow! I bet kids love being in your class. Your lessons are fun and creative. Thanks so much for your generosity.
    Julie
    heyjbales@sbcglobal.net

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  10. Thank You! LOVE IT!
    1stgradefireworks@gmail.com

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  11. Your games are too cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Hello :))) hope you had a wonderful day.

    I really love your blog, you have so many inspiring activities. I homeschool my son and I am always searching in your blog new activities to do with my son.

    I am writing you to ask you a favor please :)); I was wondering if you could recommend me a social science/history books. I need a reliable and attractive source to my history lessons. My son is in first grade.

    I would really appreciate your help. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks :)).

    Fabiana
    www.fabianacarter.com

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  13. I have seen this done with Kindergarten Yahtzee. Love, love, love this first grade adaptation. My firsties will love it! Thank you!

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  14. So simple and fun...thank you!

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    Come by and visit me! Easy to enter... so you can stock up on some cute stuff for your classroom...and for you!

    Amy

    http://whathappensinfirstgrade.blogspot.com/2012/09/huge-100-followers-giveaway.html

    What Happens in First Grade

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  15. LOVE the game boards! However, I can't get the +2 to come up! Whenever I click on it, the +1 comes up! I also can't get the red/yellow game board to download! Sorry!!! Any way you can help would be appreciated!
    Amy Burton
    mskeenan123@hotmail.com

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  16. So I downloaded the Yahtzee boards, and I think my kids will love them.. as soon as I remember how to play Yahtzee!!! :-) Thanks so much!

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  18. I have to remember how to play Yahtze too! Thank you for all the sharing!

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  19. I found this basic yahtzee game at the beginning of the year, but never thought to use it for addends! What a good idea :) I did use it when we were learning the codes for the calendar... I put all of the months of the year in the column and then when they rolled the dice the colored in the corresponding month... 4 for April, 12 for December, they had the ability to roll just one dice to get January. It was good for those kids who didn't quite get the coding of the months. Thanks for sharing this variation!!

    Annie

    Three Cheers for First Grade!

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  20. Thanks for these great boards - your blog is choc-full of amazing ideas!! Bless you for sharing and for the ripples you create in our classrooms too.

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