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Colorful Printable Paper Dice Templates For Kids

In this age of digital entertainment, it is crucial to involve children in practical and straightforward activities to nurture their imagination. The paper template activity featured on this learning page serves as a prime illustration of such an engaging pursuit. These templates prove exceptionally valuable for adults seeking to cultivate diverse skills in children by creatively presenting learning opportunities. Enjoy exploring these templates alongside your child and provide them with enjoyable learning experiences.

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If you want, you can download the PDF file here.

Here is another wonderful and interesting lesson for your kids! Above, you’ll find 13 dice templates arranged under different themes. These models provide creative opportunities to enhance children’s learning skills and foster their creativity through engaging activities.

This dice ammunition is prepared to prepare a small cube that fits very well in children’s hands. This ammunition is made up of 6 squares of 2.15′ side length. These squares have to be glued to each other to make the dice and for that adhesive edges are provided. How to prepare these dice is mentioned on one page of the PDF file. Prepare these dice following the instructions.

  1. Step 1: Print this template on an A4 sheet and paste it onto cardboard to enhance the robustness of the dice.
  2. Step 2: Cut around the provided template and separate it from the paper.
  3. Step 3: Fold the cut template along the indicated fold lines (along the folding edges).
  4. Step 4: Apply glue to the adhesive edges labeled “Glue” and carefully adhere them on top of each other to form the shape of the dice.

Let’s see what different themes you get from each of the dice above.

First, you get a dice template with black and white blank squares. You can write, draw, or paste anything you like in those empty boxes. You are free to customize it as you like and conveniently for your children. With the second dice, you can see the circles of different colors in the squares. You can use these dice to teach colors to children. Here you can see orange, green, red, purple, blue, and yellow circles. With the third dice ammunition, you can make a dotted dice. There you can see black dots in colored boxes. The number of dots varies in each square. It can be used for various activities as well as for learning counting. The fourth template of the dice is the numbers 1-6 in the colored boxes. These dice can be used for teaching counting, introducing numbers, and many other activities. The fifth dice template has colored numbers on the colorless squares. You can see the vowels in the seventh template. The five letters A, I, O, and U can be seen in the colored boxes. These dice can help you teach vowels. The eighth template also has vowels. The ninth dice can teach you shapes. The circle, the square, the triangle, the crescent, the star, and the rectangle are the shapes you can see there. You can see crying, laughing, angry, and surprised faces in the boxes of the tenth dice template. Use this to teach children about their feelings. With the eleventh template, you can refer the children to the transportation lesson. It has a dice with pictures of vehicles on land, air, and water. Children can see farm animals in the twelfth dice template. Farm animals such as a cow, a hen, a pig, a horse, a goose, and a sheep can be seen here. After creating the thirteen dice, you can introduce them to our family members and children. Each square on the dice template represents a family member: grandmother, grandfather, father, mother, sister, and brother. The fourteenth template provides an opportunity to learn about sea creatures. Whale, Jellyfish, Octopus, Sea Turtle, Crab, and Starfish are in the boxes of this die template. The fifteenth template can help teach the Five Senses. You can also see the five senses of ear, nose, mouth, eyes, and tongue and the things done by those senses. The last three dice templates allow you to identify different animals. Six animals are represented in the fifteenth template. It has pets like a dog, a cat, a guinea pig, a rabbit, a fish, and a parrot. The next template has garden animals in the squares: snail, bee, butterfly, frog, bird, and squirrel. The last seventeenth template shows six wild animals, the lion, the tiger, the elephant, the monkey, the giraffe, and the fox. Teach the children about animals through these dices using these animals.

You can create various creative activities for children by using the dice templates given above.

  1. Each dice template provided here features learning images related to children’s syllabus topics. By using these dice, you can show children pictures related to different lessons.
  2. Children can also select a dice related to a lesson and discuss or role-play the character depicted on it.
  3. In certain activities, such as lining up children in numerical order at school, these numbered or dotted dice can be helpful.
  4. Children can be given these dice templates to assemble themselves, following your instructions with your assistance.
  5. Provide these dice templates to children along with pictures related to each lesson as study notes, personalized with their names.

Through imaginative and creative activities, these dice models offer a fantastic opportunity to provide enriching learning experiences for children. 😊