Subitizing Dice Roller – Throw 2 Dice
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A Possible Math Dice Game to Play – Cross ’em Out
In this game, two players take turns rolling dice. They use their knowledge of Numbers to strategize and have the smallest score at the end of the game.
What You Need to Play this Dice Game:
 2 dice
 Scratch paper
 Pencil
How to Play:

Players each write the numbers from 1 to 9 on their piece of scratch paper.

The player with the smallest foot goes first.

Player One throws the dice and adds the numbers together.

Player One then looks at their paper and crosses out a single number or a combination of numbers that equal the sum of the dice. For example, if a 4 and a 5 are thrown, (which adds up to 9) Player 1 can cross out just a 9 or any combination of numbers on the paper equal to 9. e.g 4 + 5, 3 + 6, 1 + 2 + 6, 4 + 3 + 2 etc

Once the numbers are crossed out it is Player 2’s turn and they repeat steps 4 and 5

The game continues in this fashion until both players make a throw and no more numbers can be crossed out.
How to Win this Dice Roller Game:
 Once both players can no longer make a throw and cross out numbers each player adds up their remaining numbers. The player with the smallest sum of uncovered digits wins the game!
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