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MATH/CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
Post Office Box Dice

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: March 17, 2001

Go to your local post office and obtain two square postal boxes. Tape each box together. Now add the markings on each side of the box to resemble dice. For a fun twist, instead of using dots, try cutting out apples or different shapes. Or maybe you'll want to put flowers or bugs on them. Once your dice are completed, the possibilities of using them are endless! Some ideas include: using them in game reviews, using them in cooperative learning groups, using them for math games, or using them to give out rewards when a certain # is rolled. Your students can even think of new ways to use your fun, over-sized dice!

     
 

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