Do you use games in your math instruction to teach division facts? Here are quick, engaging games for facts 2-9 you can use in small groups, math workshop or as a game rotation.
Each page is a separate game that can be played based on student need (8 games included). I often start with 2s and 5s, then move on to other boards to practice the remaining numbers. For these games, you will need counters or chips for students to mark the board. You will also need to print the spinners that correlate with the boards.
• 8 division games (facts 2-9)
• 8 correlating spinners
For multiplication practice:
Multiple Mania: A Multiplication Fact Game