Additional Resources: 2 x 1-6 dice
Take it in turns to roll both dice and multiply the numbers together.
For example, if you rolled 3 and 4 you would write 3 x 4 = 12 AND 4 x 3 = 12.
Write the answer 12 in both the 3x and 4x columns of the grid in the correct position.
If you roll a multiplication calculation that has already been filled in, you must miss a go.
The winner is the person who has filled in the most squares once all the numbers up to 6×6 have been filled in on the grid.
You can then continue to 12 x 12 by finding the total of the first two dice rolled and then rolling the two dice again to create the second total – multiply these two numbers together.
For example, if I rolled 3 and 4 on the first roll, my total would be 7.
If I then rolled 2 and 1, my total would be 3.
I would then multiply 3 and 7 to get the product 21. I would cross off 21 in my grid under the 3x and 7x columns in the correct position.