This activity will help students practice multiplication in a fun and engaged way.
Materials: 1 dice; Pencil; Recording sheet; Calculator
Take turns rolling the dice. Each time you roll the dice, put your number in one of the boxes. Once a number has been written, it cannot be moved. On the fifth roll, erase one number and replace it with the number you rolled. Solve the problem out on the recording sheet. Partners will check the answer with a calculator. After five rounds, add the products together to get your final sum. Player with the greatest final sum wins the game.
This game can be used to supplement any of your place value decimal lessons. Use them with your small groups, use them as math game centers, use them as whole group games, etc.
*this game will allow students to practice applying their knowledge of multiplication in a way that is very practical and engaging!
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