Roll a Rainbow Game Printable for Kids of All Ages

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Roll a Rainbow Game Printable for Kids of All Ages

I love the whole idea of using rainbows to teach colors, numbers, counting and math. This resource has a few pages so includes the game as well as some fun math extensions AND even a creative writing options. Rolling dice is just so satisfying. I love the rumble of the dice as they bang against each other in the container and the anticipation of what will appear when rolled. I hope you love this Roll a Rainbow Game Printable that is perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day and all year round too.

Roll a Rainbow Game Printable Math

How to Play Roll A Rainbow

Each player will need a printed sheet with the rainbow and the dice on it. Take turns rolling one die. If a player rolls a color that has not been colored in the rainbow yet, color it in. Once one of the players has all six of the colors, they win.

This can also be done in a math center for younger kids learning to count to six and learning their colors. If you have kid working alone, make sure they have a color chart that show colors and how they are spelled to support them in being successful. If you print the pages in color, they will already have this tool available.

DOTS Game Printable

Objective of the game: The game is played until all the dots become boxes, and the player with the most boxes completed at the end becomes the winner.

Each player takes a turn connecting one heart to another adjacent heart horizontally or vertically, one move at a time. After a while, the board begins to fill with a series of horizontal and vertical lines, some connected, some not. When a player draws a line that forms a square, that player fills the square with his first initial. The player, who drew the closing line on the square, gets another turn. As you can see, I did not win this round! This is a great game in addition to the Roll a Rainbow Game Printable.

Advanced Math With Roll A Rainbow Game

If playing alone and using for more advanced math then counting and transferring information, there are additional sheets that can be added to a math center in my TpT store.  These include tallying!

There is an additional page that takes it to the next level for kids with more advanced mathematical skills working on percentages. This is part of the resource in my TpT store.

Roll The Rainbow Game with Mathematical Percentages

More MATH Printable Fun

If you are looking for more math activities to use with young kids, you might love this other resource too, Gold Coin Toss Probability! It is geared towards early elementary ages but like the Roll The Roll a Rainbow Game, also has further math extensions to incorporate use for older kids.

Gold Candy Coin Toss Probability Printable Activities

Everyone loves a good bunch of monster fun and learning too, right? This free resource is fantastic and right here on the blog you you!

Monster Printables Activities

BEST WAYS TO USE FREE PRINTABLES Like Roll a Rainbow Game Printable

You might have seen this list from me before but I think it is worth sharing over and over. Sometimes the people in the back need to hear things a few times, right?  There are so many great ways to use free printables.  Here are some of my favorites.

  • Print them and mail in an envelope with a stamp. Snail mail rocks.
  • Batch some up to make an activity book.  This is great for a road trip!
  • Print and use at a place setting on the table to create a conversation starter.
  • Add them to goody bags.  By the way, goody bags are not just for birthday parties.
  • Package them up with your favorite markers and crayons to give as a gift.
  • Drop a few off at the local coffee shop with fun pencils to spread some happy.
  • Cut them up to make cards, gift wrap and decorations.


These are my favorite tools and art supplies to use with free printables and why I love them too.

  1. Printer – This Laser Printer is inexpensive and works like a charm.  It even works with Alexa.  Bonus!
  2. Scissors – Lots of printables can be cut up to create decorations and cards and things like that.
  3. Markers and Crayons – All thing ooly work the best for me.  I LOVE all of their markers, pencils and crayons.
  4. Colored Pencils – For adult coloring, PRISM makes the colored pencils that I love to use most.
  5. Twine – For creating banners and garlands from printables, I love this twine best.
  6. Adhesive – Lots of printables have pieces that get cut out and put together.  This is my fave tape runner!

FREE A Rainbow Game Printable

Grab it download so you can get started playing. The game and the DOTS game are both free!

Roll the Rainbow Game Printable and Dots Game

Cheers to Learning and Playing Games and to the Roll a Rainbow Game Printable Fun!


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