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Car Rush Multiplication - Multiplication Math Game
Content Skill: Multiplication
Common Core State Standards: CCSS.Math.Content.3.OA.C.7 - Fluently multiply within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.
Ready for a little 1980's throwback? In this exciting racing game, you'll put your driving skills to the ultimate test. With multiple worlds and levels in each world, Car Rush will definitely be one of your student's favorite games. Have fun learning the multiplication facts in this fast-paced multiplication racing game.
At the opening screen, hit the start button to begin playing a new game.
Click or tap the large play button to get started.
There are three worlds in the game. Each world has three tracks. You must pass each track to move on to the next one. You must complete all three tracks in a world to unlock the next world.
Select a track. You'll see the tracks you haven't earned are still locked. Click the track you want to try to play.
Before each race students must answer 7 math equations. You can't move to the next equation until you answer the current equation correctly.
In this screen, you're told about the directions to drive the car. These directions are different between desktop and mobile devices. Desktop users will use the arrow keys. Mobile users will be shown thumb pads for game control.
Each race is timed. You must complete the track in the available time. Be sure to use the brakes properly. Turns can be difficult if you forget to use the brakes.
If you run out of time the race will end. But don't worry you can try again. Hit the retry button to try the level again. Or hit the quit button to be taken back to the main menu.
If you finish the track in the amount of time available you win! Nice work. But don't worry there're so many tracks to play. You'll be a professional driver before you're done. Car Rush Multiplication makes learning the times tables fun!