Multiplication Dice Games - Are you using a math workshop format this year? Are you looking for work your students can complete independently while you work with small groups? Here is a pack of 7 dice games that students can use independently during math workshop.
I print my game boards onto cardstock paper and place inside of sheet protectors. Students use dry erase markers so the boards can be used over and over all year long. Games include color and black & white versions. Some games also include sample game boards.
Here are the seven games included:
Training Wheels - students will roll a die and multiply by the numbers around the wheel. (2 versions included)
All in the Family - students will roll the dice to create a multiplication fact. Then students will record the 2 multiplication and 2 division sentences created by the fact. (2 versions included)
Roll an Array - students will roll the dice to create a multiplication fact. Then students will draw an array to help solve the fact. (2 versions included)
Product Comparison - students will roll two dice to create a multiplication fact. Students will then repeat the steps and compare the two products using >, <, or =.
Roll and Repeat - students will roll the dice to create a multiplication fact. Then students will use a repeated addition sentence to solve the fact.
Product Cover-Up - students will roll two dice and multiply. Students will cover the product on the board, if available, until all of the products have been covered.
Practice by Factor - students can practice an isolated multiplication fact simply by rolling the dice. (11 versions included, x2 - x12).
Since games are completed independently, I have also included multiplication grids. Students can use these to check for accuracy.
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