This math activity is most appropriate for third, fourth, and fifth graders.

Do you have students who need to practice their multiplication facts? Do you have students who need a fun motivator to help them polish their short division skills? Then check out this series of slideshows and classroom game ideas from K-8 Classroom Activities Examiner – Debbie Dunn.

**Here is how it works**

Choose any whole number such as 2, 3, 4, 5, …, 47, 48, 49, 50 and beyond. After working 8 multiplication facts and 8 short division problems, you will arrive back at your original number.

Please note: The goal is for your classroom students or home schooling children to use their own brainpower rather than a calculator.

Here’s the links for the whole number slideshows plus directions for 21 through 30:

- Slideshow: Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #21
- Slideshow: Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #22
- Slideshow: Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #23
- Slideshow: Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #24
- Slideshow: Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #25
- Slideshow : Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #26
- Slideshow : Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #27
- Slideshow : Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #28
- Slideshow : Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #29
- Slideshow : Math Lollipop Olympics – Work with #30

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**Other articles like this:**

- Reinforce Multiplication Facts & Short Division Skills for numbers 2 to 10
- Reinforce Multiplication Facts & Short Division Skills for numbers 11 to 20
- Reinforce Multiplication Facts & Short Division Skills for numbers 31 to 40
- Reinforce Multiplication Facts & Short Division Skills for numbers 41 to 50

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