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# What Are Some Fun Games for Learning Multiplication?

**Multiplication.com has a games section containing roughly 80 different multiplication-based computer games.** They are listed individually in the Multiplication section of the gaming portion of the website.

The games are easy to begin playing and are generally targeted toward children in the elementary school age range. Each game has a different child-friendly theme, such as race cars or animals. In order to progress through each game, whatever the theme of style of play, multiplication questions must be solved frequently. In some cases the questions come up between levels, as is the case with"Multiplication Pogo," and in other games, one must multiply during play to keep the game going, as is the case with the "Quick Flash" flashcard game, which is also timed. Some of the games are more difficult than others, and for some a difficulty level may be set.

The site offers individual player games or multi-player games. Multi-player games are in the multi-player section, where they are mixed with non-multiplication based games that are labelled by mathematical category.

Under the Learn section of the site, a multiplication table provides short cartoons to help kids remember the answers to each problem. No sign-up or registration is required to play, though players can start an account. Multiplication.com also has games available for division, subtraction and addition.

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