Improve your multiplication skills with this great town building simulation game!

You can start by choosing the exact problems you wish to practice.

Then click the "Start" button and creatively build your town of dreams.

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You can choose the numbers to practice

Practicing Times Tables 2 up to 9

Four Apollo moon landers are approaching the moon, each one has a number on it. A multiplication problem will appear at the upper side of the screen. Find the moon lander that has the problem's correct answer, and click it, to make it boost on to its way.

Try to get 20 correct answers to win the game.

You choose the times table to practice

You choose the times table to practice

This is an underwater race.

Choose the times table to practice, then choose the aquatic animal you wish to be, and the race begins.

Times tables problems will appear on the screen, and you should click the bubble with the correct answer. Every correct answer will advance your animal ahead of your opponents.

Practicing times 1 up to 12

(Choose the X in the "Easy" level)

You choose the times table to practice

Start by choosing the table to practice (from 1 to 12)

A multiplication problem will appear on the top of the screen.

Click on the number that is the correct answer, and you will shoot a snowball on one of your friends.

Watch out: Give a wrong answer and you will get hit by a snowball yourself! Too many wrong answers will make you loose the game.

Practicing times 1 up to 9

A multiplication problem appears on the train's engine.

Look for the railcar with the correct answer, drag and attach it to the engine. This car has also a multiplication problem on it.

Keep dragging the correct railcars until the train is complete.

When you finish, send the train to its way by clicking the "Next" button.

You choose the times table to practice

You choose the times table to practice

Educational Benefits

When your students are ready for computer exercises in multiplication, this page of online activities will help them put into practice what they’ve been taught, and even help them with enhancing new skills.

As they are all interactive, they offer learning of a visual variety, which make them beneficial for most students.

These particular activities are great for students in 2nd grade and 3rd grade, and let them play at their own pace.

Some of the games are more competitive and have timers or scoring, while others offer less pressure and simply permit students to work on their math concepts in a no-stress environment.

There are also games that start easy, and increase in difficulty as they are played, giving even advanced students the opportunity to challenge and sharpen their skills.