Blockade is a challenging game where the game board changes every time you play. While your students are practicing the x6 and x7 multiplication facts, they move around blockade tiles on a maze-like grid. The blockade tiles work best if printed on cardstock; although they can be assembled by printing them on copy paper and mounting them on stiffer paper. Glue the cover with directions and game board on a letter-sized file folder. The only other materials you will need are a regular 6-sided die and a mover for each player.