I had a kid invent this game because she didn’t like the multiplication game we were playing. All she did was take a piece of paper and draw a target. In the middle ring was a 6, in the next was a 4, and the outer ring had a 3.
She took the dice rolled a 6 and it landed in the last ring.
“Six time three is eighteen, ” she said triumphantly, and recorded it on another piece of paper.
The class loves the game.
Another group of students decided to add up the total after five rounds (18+12+6+15+24).
What a lucky day: a no-stress way to practice multiplication and addition in one fell swoop.