# Roll and Cover Monster Dice

There are a plethora of skills your preschooler accesses when they use a die. The math skills your preschooler practices include subitizing (looking at the dots and knowing right away what number they represent instead of counting each dot), number recognition, counting, matching, comparing, and adding. This game involved rolling a die and counting the number that was rolled. Once the numeral was recognized, your little one placed the corresponding amount of eyes onto their monsters. We love dice around here.  We love them so much that they’re always disappearing! This week we incorporated the mathematical developmental domain with a roll and count game. There are a plethora of skills your preschooler accesses when they use a die. The math skills your preschooler practices include subitizing (looking at the dots and knowing right away what number they represent instead of counting each dot), number recognition, counting, matching, comparing, and adding. This game involved rolling a die and counting the number that was rolled. Once the numeral was recognized, your little one placed the corresponding amount of eyes onto their monsters.