Use these dice games as a fun way to practice multiplying simple numbers.
Students will roll the dice and then solve the multiplication fact.
If you use these as a center, you may want to copy the answers onto the back of the dice games. Then they would be self-checking.
Print out copies of the recording sheet for each student. They will need one copy for each game they play. If this is at a center, you could laminate the recording sheets or put them in a plastic sleeve to make change out of the center easy.
These games Third/Fourth Grade level.
This product includes 22 dice games and Multiplication Charts which help students keep track of which facts they’ve learned. They also help students see that many of the facts they learn overlap with new facts.
This product does not include specific games for Times 0 facts or Times 1 facts but those facts are embedded into the other games. .
Games 1-5 include pictures of multiplication problems. Students need to write the multiplication number sentence and solve to find the product.
Games 6 helps students practice the “Times 2” Facts. They include a picture that shows how when you multiply by 2, you just double the other number.
Games 7-8 help students practice the “Times 2” Facts. This time the games include a X 2 Fact written out. Students need to solve it without the pictures.
Games 9-10 help students practice the “Times 3” Facts.
Games 11-12 help students practice the “Times 4” Facts. This helps them practice the “double the double” strategy. Students take the other number in the Times Four problem and double it and then double it again. If they know their Times 2 Facts, they can figure out their Times 4 Facts.
Games 13-14 help students practice the “Times 5” Facts. When you multiply by 5, skip count by 5s. The product will always end in the digit 5 or 0!
Games 15-16 help students practice the “Times 6” Facts. Students will take factor that is not 6 and multiply it by three and then double it.
Games 17-18 help students practice the “Times 7” Facts.
Games 19-20 help students practice the “Times 8” Facts. Students will take the factor that is not 8 and multiply it by four and then double that.
Games 21-22 help students practice the “Times 9” Facts. . Subtract one from the other