Looking for a way to do small groups in math? How about a way to liven up your multiplication?! We copy these cubes onto cardstock or construction paper and make one cube on one color and the second cube on a different color. Students work in small groups using their dry erase boards, math notebooks, and even graph paper to solve these problems. If a student lands on a problem they have already done, they will need to solve it in the opposite way. (Solve the first time using either partial products or area model and vice versa the second time around) If a student scans the same problem for a 3rd time, they can roll again or can switch turns. My kids love everything QR related! We use the SCAN app on our ipads to do these!