You’ll need a box of Lucky Charms cereal for the class and one Leprechaun Luck gameboard for each student. You'll also need two dice for each game. Download the free instructions and the game boards from my TeachersPayTeachers.com store. Pair students with a partner of similar abilities, and display the directions on page 3 as you explain the rules. Here's a summary of how the game is played:
- Each player places 12 Lucky Charms cereal pieces in any location on his or her game board. All of the pieces can be placed on one number, one on each number, or any other combination.
- Players take turns with their partner rolling the two dice and adding to find the sum.
- The student who rolled the dice removes all the pieces from that spot on his or her board.
- Players keep taking turns rolling dice and removing cereal until one person has removed all the cereal from his or her own board.
I know your students will have fun with this game! Kim Arnold commented on this freebie on TpT, and she summed up the situation nicely. She wrote, "Dice AND Lucky Charms in the same game? The kids will think that's lucky enough!" I couldn't have said it better myself!