This game is a great game that I found free on Teachers Pay Teachers – (game here). My 5th graders had so much fun with it, they really didn’t pay any attention to how many long division problems they were working.
To play, each student should have ten counters. Students take turns covering a number on the game board with a counter, rolling the die and dividing the number covered by the number on the die. The remainder is the student’s score for that round. – From Game Directions
The neat thing about this game is that you can roll a single die for students to divide by one number or two dice to divide by two numbers. Since we were working on dividing by two digits, I used these amazing dice found on Amazon. They are dice in a dice! My students loved them!
My students rolled the die and came up with a two digit number. They then covered a number on the game board and on the back of their score card, they completed the long division problem. You can use any type of counters you would like, my favorite are the bean counters from Learning Resource. One student is the red side and the other is white side. They are super easy to put in a ziplock bag and students can count out how many they need.
So currently, this game has over 70,000 downloads and I can totally see why. I love how simple and effective it is, but most of all I love that it is free! The link is in the first paragraph above. I will definitely use this game again next year. Who said math practice had to be boring!
If you would like to see a few other awesome math games, please click on a few others that I use in my classroom.
- Decimal Dice Game For Grades 4-6
- Order of Operations- Matching Game
- Multiplication Strategies – Math Anchor Chart, Kahoot and Game
- Kahoot Introduction