Division without remainders – math games for 3rd grade

This exercise helps practice division without remainders. The game is suitable for 3rd grade math learners. Click the Play button below to begin practising.
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Division: Division is one of the core math skills children need to develop in third grade. Together with addition, subtraction and multiplication problems, division helps complete four essential math skills. This exercise helps children to practice dividing without remainders, which is a basic form of division.Read More
Hence, it lays the ground work for more complex division problems involving remainders. At 3rd grade, it is always useful to begin with basic division without remainders activities to develop these core math skills.  Math is best taught in incremental steps.  This game is called ‘Space Dog’ and children will help an astronaut dog find and collect bones in space.

In 3rd grade students continue to learn that multiplication and division belong to fact families. The basic facts belong together. For example, 2 x 3 = 6 and 6 divided by 3 equals 2. Multiplication and Division are core numeracy skills for children in third grade. Third grade math is the level at which basic multiplication and division skills are introduced and mastered. These skills often begin with the multiplying and dividing of single digits and are called multiplication and dividing basic facts. Students are supposed to learn the basic facts from 0-12. Division Without Remainders for 3rd Graders is a review of some of the basic facts. In the game, students are given a Division fact and four choices. Students make their choice with more than enough time to spare on the clock. After each question is answered correctly the following screen will show a colorful dog in space being able to catch a bone. If an answer is incorrect, a meteor will hit the bone instead, or a spaceship will beam the bone up. This game is great for learning center practice or for extra practice at home.Read Less