# Study Map

## Multiplication and Division

Learning multiplication and division doesn't have to be hard or boring. When you learn by playing games and having fun, you may find that you learn more easily. Try some of these games and activities to learn multiplication and division facts. Once you master these topics, you'll be ready to learn more advanced math that builds on multiplication and division.

• Multiplication: Four in a Row: Play this multiplication game against other players or the computer, filling in the answers to the multiplication problems as fast as you can.
• Number Diving: To play the Number Diving game, you have to answer multiplication problems correctly, which helps you get back home from being lost in the water.
• Multiply Numbers Ending in Zeroes: Play a pirate game to answer problems that end in zeroes. You will find the hidden treasure if you answer all of the problems correctly.
• Freddie's Adventure: This multiplication game involves an adventure for Freddie the Frog. Choose your fact family and then get through the obstacle course by answering the problems correctly.
• Grand Prix Multiplication: To win this racing game, you have to answer the multiplication problems as quickly as you can.
• Clear it Multiplication: Practice your multiplication facts by creating number sentences that use the numbers you are given. You can even earn stars for extra points.
• Splash Math Multiplication: You'll be given a specific area for the size of your pool, and you need to build the pool to match the size given, then figure out the area using multiplication.
• Times Table Game: In this game, you are presented with ten questions. To answer the questions, move the magnets.
• Multiplication Times Ten: You'll be given numbers to multiply in this activity. Pick the correct answers for the problems.
• Sea Life Multiplication: You get to choose the numbers you want to practice in this game. Then, you'll see math problems at the top of the screen with some possible answers to choose. Pick the right answer and plants will start growing along the bottom of the sea.
• Driving Into Division: You'll build your division skills as you play this board game that gives you practice dividing three- and four-digit numbers by one- and two-digit numbers.
• Practice Division Online: This division game gives you practice dividing numbers. You have to enter your answers for each problem to keep going.
• Counting by Ten: Practice your counting-by-ten skills to get ready to master division problems.
• Relate Division and Multiplication: To play this game, you'll have to choose the right division sentence that represents the objects you see on the screen.
• Making Math More Fun (PDF): Math can be lots of fun if you play games that help you build skills. This book has lots of math games to try.
• Single-Digit Division: Single-digit division will be a breeze when you practice the steps in this activity.
• Multiplication and Division Activities (PDF): As you go through the activities in this lesson plan, you'll get better and better at dividing numbers.
• Bridges in Mathematics (PDF): The worksheets in this workbook will help you master skills such as estimating and order of operations.
• Third-Grade Math Practice Packet (PDF): Complete the worksheets in this packet to see how strong your math skills are.