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what multiplication games can a student in the 6th grade play

Multiplication math games for 6 graders

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DeAnthonysGame

Asked by DeAnthonysGame at 8:03 PM on Nov. 18, 2008 in Tweens (9-12)

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  • There are math game websites out there like funbrain.com
    pinkhulahoop

    Answer by pinkhulahoop at 11:56 AM on Nov. 19, 2008

  • Buy a pack of Skip-Bo cards or regular deck will work just fine. Divide cards like you would for war. When you both flip the cards up, multiply by whatever number you want him to work on and don't change the number for the duration of the game. Whoever's product is higher, wins the round & keep going until all the cards are gone or like war, you can play until someone runs out of cards. When playing with a regular deck, Jacks= 0, Queens = 1, Kings = 11 and Aces = 12

    My son was having HUGE problems with memorizing until I came across this game online & now he's memorizing much faster than studying flashcards. It's fun & kids find war extremely competitive. Good luck!
    luna1655

    Answer by luna1655 at 2:47 PM on Nov. 19, 2008

  • There is a game called "4-Way Countdown", it is good for all ages, it has options to play using different math methods... Multiplication, Division, addition or subtraction. Its actually "FUN" and all math... uses two dice, and you roll dice to see what number combinations you get to see who flips up all their tiles first.. (And all tiles are connected to the board... So the only loose pieces are the two dice! Check it out on Amazon.com
    bupkie

    Answer by bupkie at 6:31 PM on Nov. 19, 2008

  • http://shopping.yahoo.com/search;_ylc=X3oDMTIzOTVxaTRxBF9TAzc4NDcxNzI0MARfcwMxNDQ4OTExNQRwcnRucl9pZAMyMTE4MTE4BHNlYwNhZmZpbGlhdGUEc2xrA2xhbmRpbmc-?rd=1&p=6th%20Grade%20Math&view=g&affiliate=rw&AID=10473284&PID=2118118&SID=CTTys9k17214-31731
    awesome site for computer cd's
    ALSO:
    http://www.planetcdrom.com/ - on this site the more you order the less the cd's are.
    G'luck
    OMGIAMGOINGNUTS

    Answer by OMGIAMGOINGNUTS at 9:35 AM on Nov. 20, 2008

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