Grid games are a simple and fun way for preschoolers to do some counting and one-to-one correspondence practice! This month I’ve decided to make a St. Patrick’s Day Grid Math Game which I am sharing with you all for FREE! Read on below for directions on how to make your own and play!
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To make your own St. Patrick’s Day Grid Math Game you’ll need:
- grid game (download here)
- glue stick
- plastic gold coins
I used Picmonkey.com to design this free printable game, so all you need to do is print it off! You can print off as many as you need for your homeschool or classroom! I just ask that you send any friends to this link instead of sharing your download please.
Once you have printed off your game boards, cut off the excess white page and glue on some cardstock backing to make it more sturdy. Then laminate them for a fun game you can play year after year! Trim off the excess lamination sheets and they are ready for play!
How to Play
To play this game is very simple for toddlers and preschoolers! Players take turns rolling the die (we use a 3-dot die) and placing that many coins on the grid game board. The first player to fill all the squares on their grid is the winner!
This game is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers learning to count to three and for practicing one-to-one correspondence! Caden has been playing grid games for a few months now and is probably ready to move on to more challenging grid games with more squares and a 6-dot die! But this simple games are great for getting in a quick review!
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