My fifth grade math students were having trouble remembering to count up ALL of the numbers behind the decimal(s) and using that number to place the decimal in their product after multiplying with at least one number with a decimal. I found that many students would only count the numbers behind the decimal in one number, not both. This game encourages students to count the numbers behind ALL of the decimals, since the more numbers they count, the more hops they can take on the game board! I have included 90 unique cards with the game, as well as 5 movers that can be cut out and used on the board. The board doesn't have anything specific on it, so it can also be used for many other games. I used this in a math center along with other centers to focus on different concepts within multiplying decimals. Although I've connected it to the Common Core, this activity is to help students in a specific, pinpointed area that connects to (not completes) this standard.