Free Printable Earth Day Dice Game Worksheet for Number Practice Fun
Show your love of our Earth and practice those numbers with our adorable Earth Day dice game worksheet. This is the perfect, easy, no-mess activity to celebrate Earth Day! We even found the most adorable mini hearts that really put the cherry on top of this fun free printable activity. To see all the details, please continue reading below.
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What You’ll Need
- Earth Day worksheet
- Acrylic hearts
- Play Doh (store bought) or homemade playdough (see our easy recipe here) would also be fun
- Pom poms or buttons would also be a fun alternative to use
- Laminator (optional)
- Laminating sheets (optional)
- Or, instead of a laminator, you can use sheet protectors
- 3 ring binder to store the printables (if you placed them in sheet protectors) or folders to store the printables if you laminated them
What to Do
Begin by downloading and printing the Earth Day worksheet (link below).
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Related: 20 Unique Earth Day Activities
Once you’ve printed and laminated your number worksheet, it’s time to have some fun!
Earth Day Dice Game Playtime Ideas
To play, simply place the worksheet out for your child, along with some acrylic hearts, playdough, beads, buttons, or pom poms, and invite your child to roll the dice, add the numbers together, and place that many hearts (or beads, or playdough hearts, or pom poms) on the Earth.
Miss 2, 5, and 8 helped me with this activity. For Miss 2, I only rolled one die and then we counted together and placed that many hearts on the Earth printable.
You could also modify this dice game in other ways and subtract the smaller number from the larger number and place that many numbers on the globe.
We used acrylic hearts with our Earth Day counting worksheet but it would also be fun to make or buy a batch of red playdough and shape a bunch of mini hearts from the dough and place those on the globe.
Or, you could use red pom poms, buttons, beads, or simply draw hearts on the globe with a dry erase marker.
Whether you use things you already have at home or buy something new to use with this activity, your child will no doubt have fun learning either way!
Related: Marbled Paper Hearts for Earth Day
How to Get this FREE Printable
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Looking for more simple + fun activities? Be sure to check out our other creative ideas:
- Simple apple cutting and pasting craft (free printables)
- Calming lavender salt tray for letter practice
- Farm animals – simple matching activity for kids
- Bumblebee playdough activity + our favorite bee book
- Birthday playdough recipe
- 10 fun Earth Day crafts
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