# Multiplying by 30, 5th grade math game

This 5

^{th}grade math game of multiplication helps children practice multiplying by 30.**Skills to develop:**Children will expand their knowledge of multiplication of bigger numbers. Multiplying by 30 is bound to produce bigger numbers as answers.- The
is a time-limited game of multiple choices with one or sometimes two correct answers.**Turaco Dragon Game**

**Multiplication**is a

**core numeracy skill.**In 5th grade

**multiplication facts**move to the next level as students begin

**multiplying**the

**basic multiplication facts**by more than just one other

**digit**, especially if the other

**digit**ends in a

**zero**. Students will put the

**place value system**to work and also

**multiplying powers of ten**into practice when

**multiplying numbers**that end in

**zero**.

**Multiplication**

**by 30**game helps students review these

**multiplying skills**in a fun way. Students are able to play a fast-paced game and choose from four

**multiple**choices the correct

**product**of the

**multiplication problem**. Students will be

**multiplying 2 and 3 digit numbers**by

**1 and 2 digit numbers**. Each screen poses a

**multiplication problem**with 4 choices, followed on the next screen by a competition between a

**colorful**bird and a fire breathing dragon. The dragon is trying to cook his dinner. The hungry bird keeps swooping down to take a bite. When correct answers are given, the dragon fends off the bird and protect his feast. When incorrect answers are given, the bird Is able to sneak a bite. This game is perfect for

**learning center rotations**or for

**math practice**at home.