Bullseye Sixes is a 2 player game that allows students to practice multiplying by the number 6. Players take turns rolling two dice and deciding whether to add or subtract the numbers rolled. Then, players multiply the sum or difference by the number 6 and place a counter on the product located on the game board. The first player to get 4 products in a ring or in a row cutting across rings wins the game. This activity meets or exceeds the Common Core Standards of Mathematics and makes for a great class game or standards-based learning center for students to practice the basic facts of multiplication.