These sites have games and quizzes that test students’ division skills. Includes sites with printable pages of practice problems. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on multiplication.
This site provides a visual step-by-step explanation of division. NOTE: This site contains ads.
Play tic tac toe with division problems.
This is a soccer game that includes division problems.
Race the car and solve these math problems.
Practice your division skills with this football game.
Enter an answer to a division problem and see if you are correct. NOTE: This page includes flashing banner ads and a link to a sponsor page.
Choose division and then a difficulty level and how many minutes you want to play. After your time is up, you will find out how many of your answers were correct. You can view the problems you missed and practice them.
Here are some tricks for dividing large numbers. The bottom of the page has links to explanations about how these tricks work.
Play these interactive matching and concentration games to test your division skills.
Print this page and practice division with numbers seven through twelve.
Print this page and practice division with numbers two through six.
Choose a lesson and a resource to open printable pdfs that have many practice problems.
Use what you know about division concepts and facts to find the words described in the word search.
Learn about division with remainders in the quotients from an interactive model.
Use an array to model division by 2 digits.
These sites offer many fun interactive games that let students practice their multiplication skills. Includes multiplication tables, flashcards, and classroom activity ideas.
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January 17, 2001 at 04:06 |
Updated: May 07, 2013 at 16:13