I put together a fun math activity using a worksheet and die that I printed from Kelly's Kindergarten. I printed the die on white cardstock and colored the pictures with colored pencils before laminating it. Then I folded it and taped it together using packing tape. This makes it really sturdy to withstand lots of use by young children. The other thing I did was to only give the children the bottom half of the graph. I realized while modeling the activity to one of my morning classes that it would take a very long time for them to reach the "10", so I decided to whack off the top and just have the graph go to 5.
In the photo below you can see how the work is set up on the shelf. Copies of the graph are placed on the tray along with a basket which contains a Do-A-Dot marker, a pencil, and the laminated die.
To do this work, the child removes a paper from the tray and writes their name on it using the pencil. Then they roll the die and place a yellow dot above the corresponding picture. They continue until one picture "wins" or reaches the top. I told them that their parents would most likely ask them about the paper when they bring it home and reminded them to be sure to explain about the die and that the dots show which picture was rolled the most. I think this is a great little activity to help them explore basic number concepts. On the sheet you see pictured below, the Easter eggs "won". The finished graph provides a nice visual product for the children to discuss. They can use the graph to answer questions such as "Which picture didn't get rolled at all?" or "Which picture was rolled twice?" Which picture had the most rolls?", etc.