Worksheet Wednesday: Make your own Literacy Dice

This week, for Worksheet Wednesday, we bring you a highly customisable resource – Literacy Dice. Courtesy of SEN Teacher, there are plenty of existing ideas, or you can customise the template with your own text to support projects in your classroom.

Make use of this fantastic Literacy Dice resource, courtesy of www.senbooks.org

Make use of this fantastic Literacy Dice resource, courtesy of www.senteacher.org

What are Literacy Dice?

Literacy dice are basically dice which have words or letters instead of numbers. A popular way to use them is to put “story starters” or “themes” on each side of the dice to help get creative juices flowing. Students can then be asked to create their own story or project from the result of their roll. I think you’ll agree that any way to bring a bit of fun and variety into the classroom can’t be a bad thing!

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