Throw two dice. Ask your child to find the total of the numbers (+), the difference between them (-) or the product (x). Build a tower – using a 1 – 6 dice and building blocks or lego bricks, take turns to roll the dice andcollect that number of bricks to build your own tower. The first to 10/20 wins. |

**Make 20**- For this game you need to write out numbers 0 to 20 on a piece of paper. Make them big enough to put counters or

coins on. Take turns. Roll a dice. Put a coin on the number that goes with the dice number to make 20, e.g. throw a ‘4’

and put a coin on 16. If someone else's counter is there already, replace it with yours! The first person to have counters

on 6 different numbers wins.

**Add and subtract 2 digit numbers -**You need about 20 counters or coins. Take turns. Roll two dice to make a two-digit number,

e.g. if you roll a 4 and 1, this could be 41 or 14. Add these two numbers in your head. If you are right, you win a counter.

Tell your partner how you worked out the sum. The first to get 10 counters wins. Now try subtracting the smaller number

from the larger one.

**3 digit numbers -**Use three dice. If you have only one dice, roll it 3 times. Make three-digit numbers, e.g. if you roll 2, 4 and 6,

you could make 246, 264, 426, 462, 624 and 642. Ask your child to round the three-digit number to the nearest multiple

of 10. (A number ending in a

**5**always

**rounds up**.) Roll again. This time round three-digit numbers to the nearest 100.

**Sum it up -**Each player needs a dice. Say:

*Go!*Then each rolls a dice at the same time. Add up all the numbers showing on your

own dice, at the sides as well as at the top. The highest total scores 1 point. The first to get 10 points wins.

**Target 1000 -**Roll a dice 6 times. Use the six digits to make two three-digit numbers. Add the two numbers together.

How close to 1000 can you get?

Four in a line - Draw a 6 x 5 grid. Fill it with any numbers under 100. Take turns to roll three dice, or roll one dice three times. Use all three numbers to make a number on the grid. You can add, subtract, multiply or divide the numbers, e.g. if you roll 3, 4 and 5, you could make 3 x 4 – 5 = 7, 54 ÷ 3 = 18, (4 + 5) x 3 = 27, and so on. Cover the number you make with a coin or counter. The first to get four of their counters in a straight line wins. |

**Doubles and trebles -**Roll two dice. Multiply the two numbers to get your score. Roll one of the dice again. If it is an even

number, double your score. If it is an odd number, treble your score. Keep a running total of your score.

The first to get over 301 wins.

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