# Roll A Cornucopia Printable: Counting, Addition & Multiplication

We love doing Thanksgiving activities at our house. I have always enjoyed the holiday. There are so many ways to learn about Thanksgiving. This Roll a Cornucopia is a great way to learn about Thanksgiving foods. It is an easy way to build vocabulary and work on math. It is fun and easy to do.

The Free Roll A Cornucopia Printable was made so that you could roll several times and add them to the cornucopia. It has been a favorite at our house!

You can do counting, addition, and multiplication math with this set!

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This is a fun math printable to add to our math Thanksgiving printables.

There are several parts to this printable and you can use the part you want to use for your child’s level.

It has a cornucopia and 6 fruit and vegetables to use for the mat. This allows you for multiple rolls and adding to the mat.

There are several rolling sheets for the set. You have a 1 to 6 that much matches the dice roll. You have addition with 2 6-sided dice. Then you have multiplication with 2 6-sided dice or 2 12-sided dice.

## Things to use with the Roll A Cornucopia Printable

These are just some of the items you can use with this printable.

## Ways to use the Roll a Cornucopia

Below you can see the most basic way to set up this activity. You have the food items above the cornucopia mat and the rolling sheet to the side. It is simple and easy to do.

We use the dice in dice a lot. They work great for the math part because you have one roll and get the two numbers. We have the 12-sided double dice and 6-sided double dice.

No matter the mat they use they roll the die or dice. This allows them to do the math is needed or know what item they are going to pick.

Then they add the food item to the mat. And because there are many of each item you can keep going. You can see how many they have of each after so many rolls.

Now if they are doing the math have them record their rolls on the sheet. This allows them to practice their math on paper.

One fun thing about this rolling set is that many levels can work on this at the same time! When all my girls were younger we used these a lot to get all their practice in. You can have one doing the numbers 1 to 6 and have one working on multiplication. Just print extra of the parts!

## What you will find in the Free Roll a Cornucopia :

• Rolling Sheets for counting (1-6), addition (1-6 dice), and multiplication (1-6 or 1-12 dice)
• Corncopia mat for placing items
• Includes the following foods: squash, pumpkins, corn, grapes, wheat, acorns
• Recording sheets for addition and multiplication

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Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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### 20 Responses to Roll A Cornucopia Printable: Counting, Addition & Multiplication

1. What fun! I am going to pin this post! Please think about sharing it on The Sunday Showcase.

• Cassie says:

I will be sharing! Thanks for the reminder!

• Lindsay says:

I can’t find the current password anywhere.

2. So cute! I’m pinning. ðŸ™‚

• Cassie says:

Thanks! We really like it!

3. This looks really fun. Do you make these? Or what company aee they from? Adorable!

• Cassie says:

I buy the images from various places

4. Kim says:

Very cute idea. And perfect for this season.

5. What a fun activity and a great way to keep the kids busy while preparing Thanksgiving dinner!

• Cassie says:

Yes it is!

6. Jill says:

I LOVE this activity Cassie! You are just so darn creative and I love your ideas. My kids give this activity two BIG thumbs up ðŸ™‚

7. Ashley says:

What a fun game to learn a little more about Thanksgiving!

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