Place students into groups of 4. Give each student a game board. (You may want to print the game boards on cardstock and then laminate for future use.)
For each round, one student from the group will roll a die. Each student will then write down the number rolled in one of the blank boxes on his or her game board for that round. Repeat the process until all three boxes in the round are filled with a number. Students will then evaluate their expressions and write their answers in the last box. The person with the largest answer wins a point for the round. The student with the most points at the end of all ten rounds wins.
*To increase the difficulty level, use different colored dice (one for positive and one for negative). Or, use decimal or fraction number cubes instead of regular dice.