This is a dice activity that students complete in partners. It gets them used to using Spanish definite and indefinite articles with items of clothing. It is essentially a math "times table", but Spanish version! The 2 dice determine which row and column students go to, at which point they fill in the Spanish translation. For example, if row 3 is dress(es) and column 1 is 'a lot of', then students write "muchos vestidos" in the box. Students continue with this until all boxes are filled in. After about 10 minutes I collected the dice and had students just fill in all of their remaining boxes. Vocabulary used: dress(es), shirt(s), sock(s), hat(s), sweater(s), skirt(s). Def and indef articles used: a, an, the (singular and plural), a lot of/many, some. Enjoy! I had students then trade & grade with another pair to check answers and put them in the grade book - easy!