This is a great game for differentiation and review of different skills. You'll need 2 players per game board, a pair of dice, and a verity of crayons/colored pencils. Next determine which operation you want the student to use- either addition, subtraction, and/or multiplication. Player one rolls the dice and then has to draw the perimeter of the numbers on their grid using one color crayon. Then they the player has to put the answer to the problem in the middle. For example, if player one rolls a 2 and 5 then she will have to mark off 2 by 5 rectangle on her grid and on the inside of the rectangle she will have to solve for 2 x 5 = 10 (or whatever operation was chosen; for addition it would be 2 + 5 = 7; for subtraction it would be 5 - 2 = 3). The first student to have no spaces available wins. This is great for differentiation because if you have a student that can do multiplication but one that can't then you can have one student do the multiplication and the other do addition. Also, as the student goes through the game it gets harder and harder to fill in the squares with the dice if they roll a number and can't fit it in on their side of the board they have to skip their turn and wait for the next person to go.