There are two versions of this game, with one including one-step equations that are more challenging to solve than the other version. I usually have my students play this game with a partner or in a group of three. To play, the students take turns rolling two dice. They then combine the two numbers they rolled in some way (add, subtract, multiply, divide), to determine which equation to solve, using the numbers that are written next to the equations to do so. All players solve the chosen equation, to check one another's work. If the student who rolled the dice solves correctly, they get to initial that equation and play continues to the next person. If a student rolls the dice and they do not have any numbers left to choose from, their turn is "lost" and play continues. At the end of the game, the student who has the most equations initialed is the "winner". Answer keys for both versions are included.