These are two colorful number charts that can be printed on 8.5 x 11 paper, cut to fit, and laminated. I originally created it as a game for my children, using two 10-sided dice and colored transparent winks, but they can be used for any number chart activity. The colors make them stand out.
Here is a quick description of the game we played: Players take turns rolling two 10-sided dice and placing one of their markers on a number that can be created by combining the two numbers rolled. For example, if the player rolls a 3 and a 9, they can place their marker either on 39 or 93. The winner is the first player to get 3 markers in a row (or however many you choose).
A second game we played: I took a small wooden cube (same size as a die) and wrote on each of the sides: +1, +1, -1, +10, +10, -10. Take turns rolling the die and either moving forward or backward 1 or 10 digits. This game shows the difference between adding and subtracting 1 single digit vs. 1 in the tens column.
I created one chart from 0 to 99 for the game, and then another from 1 to 100 in case anyone prefers the chart that way. Enjoy! :)