You can view my blog post about it here.
There is a x or ÷ version too!
Get some dice and start rolling! Once you do, there are a variety of things to do with this game board. Once the board is laminated or put in a clear sleeve, use it with a dry-erase marker. The game can be adapted for Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd. It uses the Common Core Mathematical practice #4: Model with mathematics.
Play with 2-6 dice depending on your grade level. I used ThinkFun Math Dice, but any dice will do (but having the big number dice was useful. Instead, you can use 3x5 cards with numbers or write the answer on a paper next to the right of the board.
Show balancing sides of the equation with the greater than and less than sign.
Options for play:
* Play with 2 dice and have them add those two dice or subtract them.
* Play with 3 dice and put one to the right of the greater than, equal to, or less than sign. Try to get as close to that answer on the equation side.
* Play with 4-6 dice for a real challenge! Trying to balance the sides is harder than you might think!