Math games are a good way to provide the students a way to practice the math skills that they have been taught. Using the dice gives your students an unending variety of math problems and there is minimal preparation for the teacher. If you make different dice from one inch wooden blocks or traditional dice covered with sticky dots with different amounts on them. I like wooden blocks because they are quieter than the plastic dice.
This unit has math games that cover the Math Common core standards for Operations and Algebraic Thinking section and the Number Operations in Base Ten. By changing the amounts of dice, it is easy to increase the level of difficulty of the games and it is easier to differentiate for different skill levels.