I had so much fun whipping up this Heart Roll and Color Activity and I’m excited to share it with you. It’s super simple and fun, practices counting skills, and you can download it right now!
How to Do the Heart Roll and Color Activity
This activity is very straightforward, and in my opinion, that’s what makes it fun!
Kids roll dice and then color in the number of dots rolled until the heart is filled.
This activity can be completed with one or two dice. If two dice are used, kids can practice counting higher numbers and the heart will be completed with fewer rolls.
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Supplies Needed for this Activity
For this activity, you’ll need coloring supplies and dice.
These are our favorite crayons and markers (affiliate links).
Dot markers are also really great for this activity (affiliate link).
If you don’t have dice, you can use these virtual dice. The site lets you choose to roll one, two, or three dice at a time.
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By downloading the Heart Roll and Color Activity, you accept these terms and conditions.
- This activity was created by Hey Kelly Marie for personal and personal classroom use.
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- This activity may also not be sold, hosted, stored, or reproduced on any other site or blog.
- Furthermore, adult supervision should be provided for children’s activities. It is up to the child’s caretakers to determine what is developmentally appropriate and safe for their child. Caretakers have full responsibility for child safety and development.
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