I recommend printing on cardstock and laminating for durability. This activity can be used in whole group, small group, or as a math station. Divide the cards among players as evenly as possible. Some students may have one more or less than others. The person with the start card should read it and wait for everyone to check their cards. The person with the answer to the multiplication problem continues the game by reading their card. I have included multiplication facts 2 through 12. This creates the problem of having products that repeat. In order to help students play the game in the correct order, a dice has been placed by all products that are repeats. In order for that product to be the one to continue the game, the number on the number cube must match one of the numbers from the multiplication problem read aloud.
One student states, “I have 15. Who has 6 X 6?” All students with a product of 36 would look at their card. If their 36 has a number cube beside it that shows a 6 on it, then that is the correct card. If the number cube shows a 3, it wouldn’t be the correct one. That student would need to wait until 3 X 12 has been called.