St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Math Game

I made these game boards for ED.  It’s a race to 50 (or a race to 100).

  • Print out one game board for each player. 
  • The players take turns rolling the die (use a 20-sided die in the race to 100) and covering the squares on their game board with tokens.
  • The first to cover their entire game board wins the game.

You can download these free:

St Patricks Day — Race to 50 or 100 Preschool Counting Game

Race-to-50-or-100

Yesterday after I printed them out, ED wanted to play right away. She decided we only needed one piece as we raced back and forth across each row to the end!  We also wound up closing our eyes and choosing balls from a bingo game which worked just as well as a 20-side die. She loved it when she moved forward 26 spaces and it was great to have her practicing carefully counting and moving that much.

Race-to-50-100-Gameboards

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Last weekend I shared the St. Patrick’s Day Multiplication pack. It’s also free to download.

 

Here’s the link to all of our previous St. Patrick’s Day activities and crafts or you can go to the categories button on the right sidebar and select the “St. Patrick’s Day” category.

I updated a post from a couple of years ago.  It has lots of links to various free St. Patrick’s Day packs for preschoolers:

St Patrick’s Day Units — Free Downloads, Printables, etc.

Other Free St. Patrick’s Day Materials:

StPatricksDayMathNumberWordsSkipCounting

StPatricksDay-AdditionFactGames

I hope someone else find this useful!

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