During 5th grade enrichment, students focused part of their time on multiplication through the fun game, “Multiplication Squares”. The students partnered up with someone around the room. Each partner had a different colored pencil. Each group had one paper and a pair of dice. They took turns rolling the dice. When the two numbers appeared, they multiplied those numbers, found that number and place a line by it. Once they had placed 4 lines around that number, they filled in that square with their color. This was a fun way to help them practice their multiplication facts in an interactive way. Students’ comments about the activity were, “This is a blast!”, “This is so much fun!”, “Can we do this again?” “I really need to practice these!”. Learning and knowing multiplication facts form the foundation for solving mathematical concepts.