I've got a WIDE range of kiddos and this is something that I've found works with all of them. I use this for morning work, but you can use it for a center, homework, or whatever you want. I just call it roll & write. Basically, you print out the skill sheet you need (or make your own), pair it with a die, and let the kids go to town. It takes them anywhere between 10 and 20 minutes to finish it.
I LOVE it because it gives them extra practice, I can differentiate it if I need to, and it's fun! What kindergartner doesn't love playing with giant foam dice? You can use regular dice, but I've found that it drives me bonkers when all 22 of them are being thrown on hard tables at the same time. Get some foam dice if you don't have any! Or just use a piece of felt for them to roll it on. Problem solved.
I'm working on a reading one for my higher kiddos, but I'm just not finished with it.
Here's one of the pages:
- lowercase letters (grouped based on formation)
- uppercase letters (grouped based on formation)
- and shapes
I've also included 3 blank templates so you can make your own! For example, I have a student who struggles with curved numbers and letters. I have him work on c, o, s, 2, 3, and 8... differentiated work... done! :) Woohoo! You can find Roll & Write in my TPT shop.