Objective: To practice three digit addition and three digit multiplication skills
Materials: 5 dice
How To Score
Every ‘1’ you roll = 100 points
Every ‘5’ you roll = 50 points
Every ‘2, 3, 4, 6’ = 0 points
Three or more dice that show the same number = that number multiplied times 100
Example: If you roll three or more 2’s, then you multiply the number you rolled, which is 2, times 100. 2x100=200, so you would get 200 points. If you roll three or more 4’s, then you multiply the number you rolled, which is 4, times 100. 4x100=400 points.
1. The first player rolls all five dice and write down his score. See the bold print above to find out how to score.
2. The first player records his/her total points now.
3. The first player can either stop or roll again. If he wants to stop, he keeps the points he just earned.
4. If he wants to roll again, he must roll the dice that will add to the score or lose that turns points. That means he must roll a 1, 5, or three or more of the same number. If the player does not roll any of those, he loses all points from the last time he/she rolled. If points were earned during this roll, you must record them now.
5. Take turns rolling the dice.
How to Win: The person to reach 1,000 points is the winner.