# Division Games

## Find the Number – become familiar with the rules for divisibility

Now that students have become familiar with the rules for divisibility, offer them another challenge. Divide the class up into groups and give them this problem: In the next 15 minutes they must write down as many numbers as possible that they think can be divided by

## Fun Long Division Worksheets / Mazes

Long division is important for students to learn, but practicing these can be a bore; these 110 mazes/worksheets add a fun factor to practicing Long Division with numbers between 0 – 99 & 100 – 999 so that students will actually look forward to completing their math

## Mental Stretch

Here’s a fun game that you can play with the students in your classroom to get their mental juices going! Begin with a simple whole number like 5. Then start giving the students operations that they should perform in their heads. Use a variety of all four operations and make sure the directions you give will yield whole numbers.

## Fishin’ Division: Basic Division Facts Game

Download this math game on TeachersPayTeachers.com RULES: One player shuffles the cards, deals five cards to each player, and place the rest of the deck face-down in the center of the table. Each player then discards pairs of matching cards. A pair is two cards from the

## Old Maid Math

Old Maid Math (Get all 4 games in one package for 50% off) Number of Players: Two to six This math file folder game set includes practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Have fun practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts with your students in a

## Slapping: Multiplication & Division Game

Slapping: Multiplication & Division Buy this Game on TeachersPayTeachers – \$4 Number of Players Two Number of Pages 34 Materials Twelve sets of four cards. In each set the four cards show basic multiplication & division combinations for the same product/quotient. Rules: Before play starts the player agree