This is a game based on the card/board game sequence. Print off a board for each group of 2-4 players. The players roll decahedron dice to generate two sets of factors.(I use double decahedron dice, but you can substitute 4 regular decahedron dice, or playing cards...however you like to generate random numbers for your students.) After solving the multiplication sentence for each set, the players will choose one of their products to find on the board and cover with a chip. Their goal is to get 4 chips in a row on the board (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) while also strategically placing chips on the board to stop their opponents from getting 4 in a row. To add more practice require students to get two or three 4-in-a-row combinations before they can win the game.
Important Note for Printing: This game was designed on 11x17 paper.