Winter Roll ‘n’ Write Game

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Here is a new Roll and Write Game for Winter themes. My class has really enjoyed practicing writing with these, and you can find more Roll and Write Games at the link. This can be used for center time or small groups that are working independently.


To prepare, print out the Roll ‘n’ Write mat on card stock and either laminate or slip it into a page protector. Write letters on the sides of a wooden cube to make the dice. You can put dot stickers or masking tape squares on the cube so they can be removed, and put new letters on later.

To play, children roll the die and write the letter they rolled in the first square, using a dry erase marker or dry erase crayon. They continue rolling and writing until all of the squares are filled up. When they are done, they can count each letter and determine which have the most/least/same amount.

Download: Winter Roll ‘n’ Write


This game uses graphics licensed by Scrappin Doodles.


  1. says

    Hi! I love your site!!!!!!!!!! You have some amazing, awesome resources here! I work with my two sons at home for preschool activities and I have printed a ton of things tonight for us to use in the weeks to come! Thank you!!!
    I’ll provide a link back to you when I blog all about your site!

  2. Malka Gasner says

    Thank you for some great Winter activities. I know my students will have a great
    time with the print outs I printed from your sight. You saved me a lot of hours creating my own.
    Keep up the great work.
    Thank you.

  3. EIleen Karow says

    Thank you so much Karen. You have brought many fun and useful learning ideas to many preschool and 4K teachers. You’ve helped me build my resources so much with playful learning.


  4. Becky says

    Your site is awesome!!! You have my dream classroom! I love all your fun, hands-on activities. Thank you so much for sharing!! You are a wonderful teacher! And a great resource for other teachers!

  5. Sandra Fields says

    As a new teacher to the preschool classroom, your website is a great help to me. I’m used to teaching 1st and 2nd grades and using workbooks, worksheets along with manipulatives. To use only hands on items is all new to me. I thank you so much for your website.

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