This fun roll a rainbow activity is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day game for kids, adults, and even preschoolers. Just print out the cards, give everyone a dice, and race to be the first to roll all of the colors in a rainbow!
One of my family’s favorite games is left right center (get the instructions for a candy version here). Ever since we started playing Left Right Center my son has been obsessed with dice games. And since I made this fun roll a first aid kit printable for young women’s camp two years ago, I thought it would be fun to make a new roll a object game for St. Patrick’s Day coming up.
Roll a Rainbow Printable St. Patrick’s Day Game
The game is simple to play. All you need to do is click on the link below to download the free printable cards (three to a sheet). Then give everyone playing a six-sided die, a roll a rainbow card, and a pen or a pencil to mark off their colors as they go. When you say go, players have to roll the die and mark off the color associated with the number they rolled. Continue rolling until they’ve rolled every single color, first person to finish wins. For the odd number (red) space, people just need to roll any odd number but they can only choose one color per roll. So if they roll a 1, they can choose to cross off red or orange, but not both.
Simply click on the link or the image below to print out the free printable game on white paper (or white card stock), cut, and play. It’s as simple as that. If you want to reuse the cards, I recommend laminating them and having kids use a marker or a dry erase marker to cross the colors off.