read stories Story Dice: This Looks Fun Doesn’t It? Just got some story dice, looks fun doesn’t it? I’m gonna try them out today and come up with ways to do interactive stories using the dice, so stay tuned :D. HIT THE LIKE BUTTON? :) Tags : interactive stories, life is better with stories, story games, story requests 01/09/2014 2 Comments Lizbeth 01/18/2014 Reply Hi! You know Anita, these beautifull dice games remind me those that I used a while ago in my Spanish classes for foreigners students. No matter the level, but it is better if to be simple like this. They can be used to the beginning of the class, about the first 5 minutes, and the purpose of them is expected to be for the punctual pupils who play while are waiting for the laggards pupils that are coming one by one later. In the meanwhile entertain them early with word games in Spanish. For example, I happen to cut words in Spanish, according to the drawings of the dice, then let each student to play each turn to the dice play and they have to select the corresponding paper words, according to the drawing that the luck made possible to appeared for each one, and so on until all students arrive to class. That if, if I had a baby someday again, I love to get them this toy for him to learn words, and entertain him, at the same time. :) Anita Wirawan (I love stories) 01/19/2014 Reply Hi Lizbeth, That dice game sounds like a fun way to learn Spanish, thanks for sharing! I wish my teachers were that creative when I was back in school …learning would have been more fun. Of course I would be the one that tried to make stories out of all the dice rolls LOL. Anyway, if you end up not having another baby you can always play the dice game with your grandkids :). Write a Reply or Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Name * Email * Website Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.