I’m always looking for different ways to work on math facts. And I wanted to change it up for the Olympics. We loved the Apple Roll & Graph Math which they have just loved to practice their math facts with.

I thought an Olympics version might be fun to do! So today I have the roll and graph math for the Olympics. This printable goes great with the summer or winter Olympics.

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This is a great addition to the Olympic Printables on the site.

## What is a roll & graph?

A roll a graph is where you use dice to roll, do the math and then graph the answers. You often use a 6 sided die for the rolling of the math.

The Olympic Roll and Graph is a math version for kids to roll a die twice and then do a math activity.

The Olympic Roll and Graph has two levels of math for this set. You have addition and multiplication. Each has two pages with two different dice to use with them.

The addition version of the roll and graph has an option of a 6 side die and a 10 sided die.

The multiplication roll and graph has a 6 sided die option and a 12 sided die option.

## Things to use with the Olympic Roll and Graph Math Printable

## Ways to Use the Olympic Roll and Graph Math Printable

You will find these are flexible and fun math activities for kids to use!

### The Dice We Use

I love using the dice in dice. They are so much fun with math activities. It also means just one roll for each equation. They have a big die in a smaller die inside.

You can see the ones we use with 10-sided dice, 6-sided dice, and 12-sided dice.

### Filling out the Graph

Each of the pages has a row of numbers at the bottom you sort your math problems based on the column they go in. So for the addition or multiplication, you roll the dice and then get the answer then write in the problem in the correct space. So if you roll a 4 and a 5 on the addition you put it in the column that has the number 9. If you were doing multiplication it would go in the range of numbers that has the number 20.

### Color the Column that Reaches the top!

Once a column reaches the top you the directions tell you what you should do. The first to read the top you color the circle yellow, next is gray and orange is last. You can use gold, silver, and bronze if you have those crayons.

### Reuse with a Sheet Protector!

These graphing math printables are easy pages to put in sheet protectors and use over and over. It allows kids to learn in different ways. You could also set it up with a set of flashcards instead of dice and make it a math center for everyone to do.

There are so many ways to use these pages.

## What you will find in the free Olympic Roll and Graph Math for Addition & Multiplication

- No-Prep printable
- Addition for 6 sided dice and 10-sided dice
- Multiplication Page for 6-sided dice and 12-sided dice

## Check out these other Olympic Printables

Olympics Medal Counting Book is a fun 1 to 10 counting book. You can trace the number and count the gold medals.

Olympic Themed Ten Frame Cards are a fun way to work on numbers. It has ten frames for number 1 to 10.

The Summer Olympic Easy Reader Book is a fun book about what summer sports you can see. It is an 8 page book.

The Winter Olympics Easy Reader Book is a fun book about what winter sports you can see.

Check out all the fun Olympic Games Printables & Activities on 3 Dinosaurs.

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com