Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Melt-An-Ice Cube Game

I have been playing this game in my classroom since I was a "student teacher"!
I have re-made the sheet for the students to follow because my original was copied MANY times!
I also have changed the wording from "10 Seconds" to "10 Counts" for my kiddos.  

If the students roll a 1...they will hold it for 10 counts. 



If the students roll a 2...they will drop it down their shirt.
Yes...they can't wait to roll a 2!



If they roll a 3...they blow on it for 10 counts. 



If they roll a 4...they drop it. 



If they roll a 5...they put it in salt for 10 counts. 




If they roll a 6...they float it in water for 10 counts.
See the boy in the background more interested in this center than the one he was working on!?!
I don't blame him...it is so much fun!


CLICK RIGHT HERE  
if you would like this FREEBIE for your classroom!

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