Time students as they practice multiplication and division facts.
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Use this interactive tool to help students practice multiplication and division facts with multiple-choice or open questions. Students try to solve as many problems as possible within the time allotted. Choose the numbers you want to practice with and whether you want to practice multiplication, division, or both.
In “Open answer” mode, you must click on the card to reveal the answer to each problem. When the time runs out, you’ll be able to see how many exercises were completed.
In “Multiple choice” mode, a selection of answer choices will be displayed and you will need to click on the correct answer. If a wrong answer is selected, the answer choice turns red and you can try again. If another wrong answer is selected, that card also turns red, and the correct answer is revealed. When the time runs out, you can see how many problems were answered correctly or incorrectly.
Multiplication or division:
Choose to show either multiplication or division exercises, or both mixed together.
Here, you can choose the order in which exercises are displayed.
Ascending order: Display exercises in ascending order. For example, 1×2, 2×2, 3×2 etc. or 2÷2, 2÷4, 2÷6, etc.
Descending order: Display exercises in descending order. For example, 10×2, 9×2, 8×2 etc. or 20÷2, 18÷2, 16÷2 etc.
Random: Exercises appear in random order.
Multiply or divide by:
Choose which numbers you want to practice with. You can choose from 1 to 12, and then 15, 20, and 25.
Number of answer options:
Choose the amount of possible answer choices in multiple choice mode. Select between 2 to 6 answer choices.
Activity duration (in minutes):
How long do you want the activity to last? Choose from a minimum of 30 seconds to a max of 10 minutes.
Finally, select from various colorful backgrounds to display and click “Save” to get started!
Click on “Play” on the starting page to begin practicing. A countdown from 3 will appear first before the exercises begin.
Once you’re done, click on “List of exercises” to see an overview of all the math problems that were shown or choose to play again!
Make it a game. For example, create groups and let one player in each group choose answers while the others help. Or have students stand in a row and let them solve a problem at the board one at a time.
Set a colorful background. In the settings, you can choose from a number of pre-selected backgrounds. If you choose the option, “Transparent,” you can set your own background image from the toolbar of the board.
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