Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

The Medieval Pack had a lot of new math sheets added to it. I wanted to show you how to use one of them: Roll and Count Medieval Questions. The Roll and Count Medieval Questions is a fun way to do some math.

What you need for this activity: Medieval Pack Part 3 and Pencil.

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

To start you need to cut out and put the dice together. (Yes our dice has been used many times and is in need of taping.)

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Then you start rolling the dice and mark the Roll and Count Sheet. You can use the 1 to 5 or the 1 to 10. it depends on the level of math you want to work on. You can put the sheet in a sheet protector to re use them over and over. Here are two different ways you can mark the sheets. (You can mark them anyway you want.)

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Once you have your Roll and Count Sheet to the top you can fill out the Answers on the Roll and Count Medieval Questions page.

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Once the Top if Filled in you don’t need the Roll and Count Sheet any more. You can fill in the rest of the sheet using the answers.

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Fill in the correct answers using the key above.

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

Then do all the math problems on the sheet.

Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

One unique thing about the Roll and Count Questions is that every time you do this math sheet the answer will be different.

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

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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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6 Responses to Using Roll and Count Medieval Questions

  1. Erika says:

    I do love that you get different answers every time and that it’s even more game than worksheet! …pinning 🙂

    • Cassie says:

      This is fun for them and me! My oldest does not struggle with it as much as other math! She enjoys the play rolling before. Plus you can do this over and over!

  2. I absolutely love your printable packs, not just because of the content (activities) the kids have to do, but because of all the themes! One pack can easily take two weeks to finish with some activities like the roll and count that can be done more than once, with different answers (so the boys think its new!) and it is revision as well. You take a theme and then start reading up on it, build a farm with blocks, plastic animals, etc. or their own Jurassic Park, while we do the Dinosaur theme.

    Thank you so much for all the effort. I am making this our main resource now instead of the treat for every second weekend.

    Oh, and we are in South Africa, so your pages are being used ‘internationally’.

  3. Kristina says:

    I LOVE your new roll and count questions that go with the Medieval Pack. My son loves doing the roll and counts and now this is a great way to sneak in math without him really realizing that he is doing math! I hate to ask you this because I know you spend a lot of time posting your ideas and packs, but I was wondering if you would consider making the roll and questions to go along with your other great packs? Thanks again for all your hard work. I can’t tell you how grateful I am of the time and effort you put into your ideas and site!

    • Cassie says:

      I’m not sure I’ll put it into all the packs. It does take time to make. I’ll have to see this year as updates come along what I do. Everything changes as I go.

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