Here Teachers,Parents and Students can find a collection of games and activities in order to help student to improve understanding in math skills such as the following:

- Multiply a two digit number by a two digit number.
- Choose numbers with a particular product.
- Multiply a one digit number by a three digit number or four digit number.
- Multiply three numbers.

Click on a question mark box and write the right answer. If your answers are correct you will win the game.

Click on a question mark box and write the right answer. If your answers are correct you will win the game.

Click on a question mark box and write the right answer. If your answers are correct you will win the game.

Tuch the right boxes write the right numbers and you solve the problem

Use Arrows and press the buttons to create theright operation in order to find the next number and move your car. If your answers are right you will win

Make a Multiplication two digit number X three digit number

Fill in the empty boxes with the right numbers

You drive a sailing boat. You nust touch with the boat the right numbers (min or max). Sailing against the wind in rauchly realistic conditions

When you pass the mouse over any green button (it says click), when you press, you hear a music and you can see the explanation about the operation in the top

Students can more readily develop an understanding of multiplication concepts if they see visual representations of the computation process.An arrangement of objects, pictures, or numbers in columns and rows is called an array. Arrays are useful representations of multiplication concepts. In this game we create an array (random choice) and with this a visual multiplication. Then the student must count the number of squares in every side of the array to find the two numbers of multiplication and, if he needs to understand the multiplication process, he can count the total number and find the product of multiplication.

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