This simple Multiplying and Dividing Negative Numbers game has been designed to help your child to practice their multiplication and division with a range of negative and positive numbers.
Step 1) Type your name.
Step 2) Choose your number values.
Step 3) Click Start!
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In our practice zones, you get the chance to practice your math skills online with instant feedback.
Once you have done a timed quiz, you can see your results and print out your achievements.
The achievement levels are based on the percentage correct and the time taken.
As well as the percentage of questions answered correctly, the awards are also dependent on the time taken to answer the questions!
These quizzes are great for...
The quizzes can also be tailored to the specific skills that you want to develop.
You can set each quiz to Individual or Class/Group mode.
When working in Individual Mode, you can:
This mode if for a group/class of kids sharing the same computer.
When working in Group mode, you can:
In Group Mode, you cannot see how students answered individual questions - you can only see the results for your group.
In Group Mode the settings are locked to prevent any tampering.
If you wish to change the settings, then refresh the page in your browser - you will lose all your data when this happens!
Take a look at some more of our resources similar to these.
We also have other online practice for learning how to add, subtract, multiply and divide negative numbers.
We also have a selection of worksheets involving operations with signed intergers, such as -4 x (-3), or -7 - (-5), etc.
You can choose what sort of values you want to work with and create your own worksheets.
Here is our selection of negative number lines.
Using these sheets will help your child to:
Take a look at our collection of negative numbers games.
We have a range of games of varying levels of difficulty.
Our games include:
The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.
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