Big foam dice are perfect for this! See more and get other math games here. A player rolls all three dice at once, then sets the highest die aside.
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Then, they roll again to determine their problem. You can do this together with younger students.
Shut the Box This is another old game that focuses on addition facts. Students tend to enjoy writing stories using this idea; especially if the are "stuck" and have "writer's block.
For some reason though, when I think of dice games, my mind always jumps to math and probability. They can roll again if they choose to have two characters in their story.
It is my most popular product and includes everything you need to get started with fluency, including phrase and sentence cards. For fluency practice, I created a Roll-an-Emotion!
You may want to have students complete a planning sheet in order to organize the elements of their story. If they roll a six, they look at the sixth box under the setting column. D-Icebreakers Mix up your next icebreaker activity by rolling a die to see which question each student will answer to introduce themselves.