TEKS: 3.4J and 3.4F
This is a hands on game involving finding missing quotients by recalling the multiplication fact. It goes through 10 X 10. Every division problem is on the cards. If you read the following directions you will see why.
Materials: One set of game pieces, one game board per player. (you could put these on a file folder)
Goal: To be the first player to cover all their numbers on their game board.
Getting Started: Game pieces are placed face down and shuffled. Player one draws one game piece and determines the missing quotient.
Example: Player one flips 54 ÷ 6 = and finds the missing quotient. Player one now places the game piece on the number 9 on their game board. In the event that the quotient is already covered and the player cannot use this game piece, they now take a penalty. This player must remove one of the game pieces from their game board and put it back upside down into their draw pile. Player two then draws a game piece and finds the missing quotient. If the quotient is already covered on their game board and they cannot cover a space, they would also receive a penalty and have to select one game piece from their game board and return it to their draw pile. Players continue to alternate turns. The winner is the first player to cover all of their numbers on their game board.