1. Players roll dice to see who goes first. Player with the highest number goes first, next highest number second and so on for a maximum of four players. 2. Player one rolls the dice and moves the corresponding number of spaces on the board. Player reads the multiplication fact out loud and recites the answer. For added challenge, the player gives the reverse fact of the fact they just solved. For example, player rolls a 2 and lands on 9 x 4. Player recites the answer as 36. The player then gives the recipricol of the fact as 4 x 9 and recites the answer as 36 as well. The first player to the end is the winner.
player then recites the opposite fact for this fact at 4 x 9. The player then recites the answer. If player is correct, the player stays on that square. If player is incorrect, the player moves back to the square they were on before they took the turn. 3. Player two, three, and four repeat player one’s actions. 4. First player to the end is the winner. This game is excellent for math centers as it does not require much direction from the teacher.