Print out whatever game board and cards you want. If you pick a card in black and white, you can print it on colored cardstock. Print the game boards on cardstock and laminate for longevity.
To play, print out the game pieces (ex. shapes), laminate, and cut them. Have students divide them up between the six numbers and turn them face down. Student one will roll one die. If they land on a five, they can pick up a card in the five’s spot. If they can answer it correctly, they can keep it. For shapes, they would say the name of the shape. For dominoes, you can have them count the total number of dots and give you the sum or you can have student create a number sentence (Ex. 2 and 3 is five or 2+3 = 5). You can choose to pick only numbers and quantities that they have learned. You can also choose to combine different sets.
Students will keep the cards that they have gotten correct and keep playing until there are no cards left. If they land on a number that has no card, they can either lose their turn or roll again. There are so many variations of this game. It really is up to you.
Please let me know if you have any questions.