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:

- Prime and composite numbers
- Prime Factorisation
- Highest Common Factor
- Lowest Common Multiple
- Identify Factors

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

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

Make click on a question mark box and write the right answers. If your answers are correct you will find the code

Make clicks on empty boxes and write the right answers

Click on the factors and drag them to the right positions,factors or common factors afterwards find the Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple

Put the right Greatest Common Factors in the right places. Click on two yellow balls and the balls swap places

Find the right Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor move the sliders to create the numbers and press ok

Identify Primes, Composites, Odds and Evens

The prime factorization of a number involves breaking that number down to its smallest parts. This game will show you a way to discover the prime factorization of any number

In this game, the funny teacher selects random three numbers and through a procedure of continuing questions the student is called to find the smallest prime number, who can divide accurately the chosen number every time.After, the student will know all prime factors of the three numbers and he must find the Least Common Multiple e.g LCM of 12 and 30 12=2*2*3 and 30=2*3*5 LCM=2^2*3*5=60 Using the set of prime numbers from each set with the highest exponent value

In this game, the student selects three numbers (0-210) and through a procedure of continuing questions the student is called to find the smallest prime number, who can divide accurately the chosen number every time.After, the student will know all prime factors of the three numbers and he must find the Greatest Common Divisor e.g GCD OF 30 and 12 30=2*3*5 and 12=2*2*3 and GCD=2*3 the product of common factors