Math Game COVER-ALL MULTIPLICATION: Dice Game for Partners – Great Center!

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Math Game COVER-ALL MULTIPLICATION: Dice Game for Partners – Great Center!

Math Game COVER-ALL MULTIPLICATION: Dice Game for Partners – Great for math centers!

These Cover-All Multiplication games are lots of fun for young students who are practicing their multiplication facts! There are two different sets of games included in this download: ROLL & MULTIPLY and ROLL, ADD, AND MULTIPLY.

ROLL & MULTIPLY:
In this math game, partners take turns rolling two dice and multiplying the numbers together. On his/her turn, the player will then cover that product with a counting chip. The player who covers all the numbers on his/her board first is the winner! This game focuses on multiplication facts from 1 through 6.

There are 15 ROLL & MULTIPLY game boards with various colorful graphics. I have included a recording sheet if you choose to use it.

ROLL, ADD, AND MULTIPLY:
In this math game, partners take turns rolling two dice, adding to find the sum, and multiplying the sum by the targeted number on the game board in use. The player who covers all the numbers on his/her board first is the winner! There are 22 game boards included for ROLL, ADD, AND MULTIPLY.

I have also included recording sheets for the ROLL, ADD, AND MULTIPLY GAMES. (The games may be played with or without the recording sheets.) You may decide to run the generic copy on the back of the targeted skill recording sheet to ensure that your students have enough space to record all answers.

Options:
- Laminate the game sheets for durability and use them for math stations.
-Print the game sheets on paper, use them in class, and send them home for extra practice.
- Instead of using counting chips, you may want to laminate them (or use plastic sheet protectors) and use dry erase markers to color in the answers.
-Use a bingo dauber or crayons to color the numbers instead of using counting chips.
- Leave them for a substitute teacher to use in your absence.

So... Grab some dice and have fun!

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