For this activity, students will be placed in groups of 4. Each student in the groupwill take turns rolling 2 dice and then adding the numbers together. Students caneither write down their number on a dry erase board or build their number withsnap/unifix cubes. After each student in the group has rolled the dice andbuilt/written their set, students will order their numbers/trains from least to greatest.If you are focusing on higher numbers, you can have the kids count each die as aseparate number to create 1 whole number. For example, if a 3 and a 5 is rolled,
students could either make the number “35” or “53”. In this case, students will NOT
build the set with snap/unifix cubes. They will record their number on paper/dryerase board instead. After all students have rolled and written their numbers, theywill place in order from least to greatest.You can also use wooden cubes to create your own number dice with randomnumerals for students to roll, write, and order. To spice it up a bit, you can alsoorder from greatest to least.