Students roll a single die. They go to the column with that die number on the top. They solve one of the multiplication problems in that column. These are basic 1-6 multiplication problems. Whichever row they land on, those are the multiplication facts the students are practicing. For example, roll a 3, solve a multiplication problem with the 3. The facts are out of order, so the students cannot just add onto the previous multiplication fact.
I have used this individually, and in small groups of three, to make practicing multiplication problems more fun and exciting.