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Do you have any math games to practice division? - For Fun

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Here is a suggestion from one of our readers about a game to use in teaching division facts. It is called Cross-Out, and can be adapted for addition, subtraction and multiplication.

Make game sheets with 16 squares. Fill in each square with a different answer to basic division facts. You will also need four sets of cards numbered one through nine. Shuffle these cards and place them face down in a drawing pile. The top card is picked up and the number on it read aloud. If the called number divides evenly into a number on a player's game sheet, the player selects a number to cross out on his or her game sheet. Each player can only cross out one number on a game sheet for each called number, even though there might be other possibilities. The winner is the first player to cross out all the numbers on his or her game sheet.