These multiplication dice games can be used during math workshop, math rotations, or center time. Once the games are introduced, students can play them independently so you can work with your small group. Because these games use either 6-sided dice or 10-sided dice, you can easily differentiate the same activities for your students.
When you download this .zip file, you will find two PDFs. One uses 6-sided dice and the other uses 10-sided dice (0-9). Each PDF includes three options:
- Original File - this is a printable packet for students with sample pages
- Google Slides Link - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom; students will need access to dice to play the games
- Google Slides Link with Dice - copy and assign the student pages in Google Classroom; students can grant permission for dice to animate directly on the page
Teacher Tip: 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. Some games also include sample boards.
Multiplication Dice 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)
- Roll and Compare - students will roll two dice to create a multiplication fact. Students will then repeat the steps and compare the two products using >, <, or =. (2 versions included)
- 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. (2 versions included)
- 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. (2 versions included)
- Odd or Even? - students will roll the dice and determine if the product is odd or even. Students will graph the results and answer three questions. (2 versions included)
- Tic-Tac-Toe - students will roll two dice, multiply, and cover a space with the matching product. The game is over when a student has three in a row on one of the boards. (2 versions included)
- At the Races - students will predict which row (A, B, or C) will win. Then students will roll two dice, multiply, and cover a space with the matching product. The first row to get all of its numbers covered wins. (2 versions included)
- 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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