Practice your multiplication facts while trying to find the missing factor.
Practice your multiples of numbers and see which products are the same.
Hooda Math – many math activities, searchable by grade level, category or math subject.
Use arrays to help you understand multiplication and practice your facts.
Make multiplication arrays. Players have to outline the array to match the number sentence.
Drag and Drop Math – click on play, then on the operation of choice, choose the number of problems, click on the number of digits you want to work with.
Thinking Blocks – this activity gives students bar models to help solve word problems. The website works on laptops. However, they have FREE iPad apps available. They are listed on the site. The app is called “Thinking Blocks.” There are options for Addition/subtraction, Multiplication/division, Fractions and Ratios and Proportions.