Camel Times TableInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 2, 3Help Molly load her camel with the right amount of food for her trip by clicking on the multiplication expression that matches the situation illustrated. Note that this is a British game, so the illustrations show 5 taken 7 times for 5 x 7 (e.g. 7 plates each with 5 strawberries), rather than 5 groups with 7 strawberries in a group. Also, the "really hard" level uses the word sum to refer to the expression. From the BBC. (This game requires Adobe's Shockwave download.)

Math Cats Multiplication TableInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 2, 3Students can explore multiplication through the use of arrays on this site. Students select the dimensions of the array and then it is displayed in the grid. More of a tool than a game, but helpful for learning multiplication with arrays.

Wade's WorkoutInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5 Help Wade get in shape by punching the correct answer to a given multiplication question. (Or by choosing food for him to eat, weights for him to lift, or umbrellas along his run.) Students can work on specific facts or three sets of mixed problems. During each round, the game keeps track of the number of right/wrong answers.

Knights of MathInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 2, 3, 4, 5Players select a level (that correlates to the sets of facts it tests) and then choose the correct answers to given multiplication problems. With each correct answer, a piece of the kingdom is placed on the screen. After 60 correct answers, students can design their own kingdom.

Home Run Derby MathInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Students choose an operation (addition, subtraction, or multiplication), estimate the answer to a math problem presented on a baseball scoreboard, and then click "hit". The closer the estimate, the farther the bseball player hits the ball. Note that using a comma in one's answer results in a strike.

Speed Grid ChallengeInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Click on two numbers that make the equation below the grid true (e.g. __ x __ = 15 or __ x __ = 208). Students decide how many problems they want to solve in how many minutes. (From Oswego City School District.)

The Multiplication GameInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Students play against the computer or another person. When play begins, one arrow is on one of the numbers (19). Player 1 moves the 2nd arrow to any number (19). The product of those two numbers is then covered on the gameboard, in one color. Player two then moves the 1st arrow to any number, covering a new product in another color. Try to be the first to cover four numbers in a row.

Bonk the MolesInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Players click the mole that is holding the correct answer. Students choose one of two modes: select (click on the mole holding the correct expression) or enter (type the answer and then select the mole holding the matching expression). Students also select the level of difficulty (easy, medium or hard), changing the number of moles and the amount of time per problem. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Sum Sense MultiplicationInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Students are given 4 number cards and have to use them to create a correct multiplication equation. Students can decide how many problems to solve (299), and the number of minutes in which they need to solve them (110). (From Oswego City School District.)

Sum Sense DivisionInvestigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Students are given 4 number cards and have to use them to create a correct division equation. Students can decide how many problems to solve (299), and the number of minutes in which they need to solve them (110). (From Oswego City School District.)

Multiplication Grand Prix (Arcademics)Investigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Videogamelike practice of the multiplication combinations. A problem is posed, and the player has to click on the correct answer (of 4 choices) to get the race car to drive faster. Players can play against each other or the computer. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Meteor Multiplication (Arcademics)Investigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5A product is displayed on the spaceship and the player must shoot the correct expression (displayed on the meteors). If the player is incorrect the meteors will continue to advance towards the spaceship until they collide. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Tug Team Tractor Multiplication (Arcademics)Investigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Videogamelike practice of the multiplication combinations. A problem is posed, and the player has to click on the correct answer (of 4 choices) to get the tractor to tug faster. Players can play against each other or the computer. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Learn Your Times TablesRecommended for Grades:

BojagiDirections: Draw a rectangle around each number by clicking and dragging with a mouse. Each rectangle should contain exactly one number, and the area of the rectangle should be the number that it contains. Rectangles must not overlap.You can click on "create" to make your own board or "list" to play boards that other people have created.

Drag Race Division (Arcademics)Investigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Videogamelike practice of the division combinations. A problem is posed, and the player has to click on the correct answer (of 4 choices) to power the car. Players can play against each other or the computer. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Demolition Division (Arcademics)Investigations Recommended for Grades: 4, 5Students are given a quotient and have to shoot down the car that displays the corresponding division expression. If students do not solve the problems fast enough, they will be shot down themselves. After, the game provides statistics including information about errors.

Snork's Long DivisionRecommended for Grades:A step by step long division game that allows students to practice their long division skills in a supportive and fun environment. Your students teach a lovable monster named Snork how to do long division. As students complete each step of the long division math problems, Snork is visibly amazed by the intelligence of the students.

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multiplication.com  a lot of online multiplication games aggregated into a single site. This is an excellent resource.