## Math games and activities

**Who Has More**

Materials: 2 dice (can add chips and 10 frame card)

1.Player 1 rolls the die and counts the dots and/or tells how many .

2.Player 2 rolls the die and counts the dots and/or tells how many.

3.Player 1 and 2 determine who has more.

4.The player who had more dots rolls first.

5.If the players roll the same, they roll at the same time.

6.If the child has a hard time figuring out who has more: Count the dots, count the same number of chips and put each chip in the boxes of a 10 frame card. Put the second players chips next to the first players chips in the 10 frame card. This makes it easier to match up and see which has more without matches.

We Are Learning To…

Counting to 6,

take turns,

keep track number counted,

determine order of numbers,

learn more, less and equal

**Mystery Number**

Materials: cup with bottom cut out and die

1.1 puts the cup on the table with the cut bottom facing up.

2.Player 1 drops one die in the cup and counts the dots.

3.Player 1 shows player 2 with their hands what number is in the cup.

4.Player 2 then rolls the die in the cup and shows player one the number with their hands.

We Are Learning To…

Counting to 6,

take turns,

use math hands to show a number,

keep track number counted.

**Milk Cover Count**

Materials: die, milk covers or chips, and container

1. Player 1 rolls the die and tells the amount of dots to player 2.

2. Player 1 gets the same number of Milk Covers as dots on the die and gives it to player 2.

3. Player 2 throws the milk covers towards the container trying to get them in.

4.Player 2 counts the milk covers that are in the container and the milk covers that are out of the container aloud.

5. Players switch places.

We Are Learning To…

A counting order of numbers

Giving a word for each item

Connect amount with number name

Separate and add a group of items

Tug of War

Materials: die, game board, item to move

1.Players choose to each move toward either the ice cream cone or the cup cake.

2.Player 1 rolls the die, counts the dots and moves (the penny) that same number of spaces to their food.

3.Player 2 rolls the die, counts the dots and moves (the same penny) toward their food item.

4.The player that makes it to their food item first wins.

We Are Learning To…

Counting to 6,

take turns,

keep track number counted,

determine order of numbers,

number names, and rolling a die

**Chip Change**

Materials: chips, 10s frame board, die

1.Place five chips on the 10s frame in a row.

2.Place the other five chips on the opposite side of the chips in the second row.

3.The first player chooses which color chips they would like (for example blue) and rolls the die.

4.If the player rolled a 2, they would then turn over two of the opposite color chips (yellow) onto the (blue) side.

5.The second player would then roll the die and turn over that number of the opponents chips (blue) to their color (yellow).

We Are Learning To… Counting to 10,

take turns,

recognize the part/whole,

keep track of items counted.