## Introducing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers

Integers and their operations are an important concept in mathematics, typically introduced in the middle or early high school grades. While integers are often used in everyday life, this concept can be challenging for students. The introduction of negative numbers, numbers that are less than zero, is new to students …

## Division Mental Math Strategies

We have already discussed mental math strategies for addition and subtraction as well as mental math strategies for multiplication in previous posts. Today we will talk about division strategies that not only help students solve problems quickly but most importantly they help them gain a conceptual understanding of numbers and …

## Fractions/Mixed numbers Operations Games

“Fractions Operations! What a fun concept to teach.” said no teacher ever. Just kidding! I love teaching fractions operations. Once the students understand fractions conceptually and are fluent in the skills below fractions operations truly are a breeze. First things first, before starting with fractions operations the students should have …

## Long Division Games (print and Digital)

Since the multi-digit addition and subtraction and Multi-Digit Multiplication games were a great success in my classroom and from what I heard in yours as well, I have decided to create a few for long division as well. The idea of these games is to motivate the students to practice …

## Nomber Man – Digital Math Game – Factors, Multiples

Today I would like to share a new fun digital game to practice factors, multiples, division, and multiplication facts. This game is called “Nomber Man” and is a puzzle/maze game. The players need to create a path through the maze while avoiding the traps. The difficulty level increases as you …

## Digital Math Games

For your convenience, we have collected our digital games on this page. Click on the image to start the game. More games coming soon!

## Station Prime – A Prime Factorization Game

Today I would like to share with you an arcade-style math game that helps to practice prime factorization, divisibility rules, division, multiplication, mental math, and more. If you have seen our collection of web games you know that my son (now 13) is the coder behind the games. Our games …

## Block it! Single-player game-Multiplication/Division facts

Another version of block it! this time single-player. Single-player games come in handy when you need to provide individual students with fun ways to practice skills. Find the two-player version here. The students find the answers on the multiplication table and try to beat the bot at getting four in …

## Divide Ride – A division game

My students are always asking for new games and since we don’t really have a division game apart from the mini division games that practice the division facts I decided to create a new game that helps to practice division with the remainder as well. This is a simple race …

## Practicing Division facts with Number Bars/tape diagrams

Have you used number bars/tape diagrams (similar to equation strips) to show division and practice visual factoring? I am always looking for visual ideas and this one seemed right. I tried this with my students and it was a great success. I used cards like the ones below for different …