As I was searching Shark games for our Shark Week activities, I came across this fabulous Shark roll game. I LOVED the idea. But I wanted to revamp it so that we could make it into a Bingo type game for several players. So I used my custom Shark bite design and made it the same way only I made 12 different Shark cards with a different mix up of numbers. The idea is the same in that each player takes a turn rolling, counting, but then ALL the players cover what is rolled on that roll. But they only cover it up once (meaning if an added two is rolled – you only cover up one #2 and leave the other for another roll). The dice are then passed to the next player who rolls, all cover and so on! It is a great way to practice counting but still be able to play with multiple players. I also provided a single player roll game (1st card in the file). So page #1 is for a single player and all the following pages are for multiple (up to 12) players.
Just print out all the 12 Bingo Player cards on white cardstock (pages 2-13 in the document). Then trim out all the teeth cover “chips”. Pick a player to roll first then go clockwise taking turns rolling. If you get the number rolled, cover it with a tooth chip. Play until one player has cover all their teeth and shout out BINGO!
I hope you enjoy! And if you are looking for a roll over game with several different counting versions, go check out Playdough to Plato’s Roll and Cover Game! It is so cute!
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