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Multiplication Madness

SkillsMultiplication facts

Grades3rd - 5th

Number of Players: 2-4

Materials: Die, Game Board, colored markers

Preparation: Print off the game board

How To Play:

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  • Decide who goes first. For the first round the first player rolls the die and moves that many spaces and the turn ends there.
  • The other players roll the die and move the number of spaces on the die and turn ends there.
  • Starting in the second round and from then on, players answer the multiplication problem on the space they are on. Also, the player whose color is landed on will answer the same problem. If they land on a number, they will give a correct multiplication statement for that number.

Both players write out the full multiplication sentence with answer on their paper without letting other player see it.

When both players are finished writing, both will turn their paper over to reveal the multiplication sentence.

If both players are correct, the players whose turn it is, moves his marker forward 2 spaces. And the other player moves his marker ahead one space.

If the player whose turn it is answers correct and the other player is incorrect, he moves his marker ahead 3 spaces.

  • If either player’s answer is incorrect, that player does not move his marker.
  • If a player lands on a Bonus square, they get to select any player, and have them go back 5 (?) spaces. They will then roll the die and proceed as in step 3.
  • The first player to make it to the finish line wins the game!

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