Everyday Mathematics® Divisibility Dash™
By McGraw-Hill School Education Group
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The Divisibility Dash game by McGraw-Hill offers a quick and easy way to practice recognizing multiples of a number and applying divisibility tests. This fast-paced computation game runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
Players are presented with a target divisor and number globes in the playing area. They click the number globes to create a two-digit multiple of the divisor and eliminate the number globes. Players earn points for each correct multiple. When players can find no more two-digit multiples for the given target divisor, they click the target divisor button to get a new divisor and release more number globes into the playing area. If the player clicks for a new divisor when the number globes already reach the top of the playing area, the game ends. The objective is for players to earn as many points as possible as they clear and eliminate all number globes from the playing area. Players win by eliminating all 60 globes!
Features of Divisibility Dash:
- 19 divisors and 60 number globes give players abundant practice with finding multiples and determining divisibility
- Fully randomized number globes
- Onscreen indicator shows progress in the game
- Correct and incorrect answer feedback
- Full tutorial
- Compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch
Look for these other Everyday Mathematics® Games Apps:
- Addition Top-It™
- Subtraction Top-It™
- Beat the Computer™
- Name that Number™
- Equivalent Fractions™
- Monster Squeeze™
- Baseball Multiplication 1–6™ Facts
- Baseball Multiplication 1–12™ Facts
Everyday Mathematics® web site: everydaymath.com
Love it, but make levels, please
My son LOVES this APP. Could you PLEASE expand it by making levels? He is now asking for 3-digit divisibility. :o) Maybe make simple levels that build up and make it even more challenging for the higher levels. THANK YOU for developing this great free APP!
The concept is great! It only gives 2,3,5,6,9,10 as divisors. Why not let us practice 4's, 7's, and8's multiples,too. Also some games are impossible to win because no globes make a multiple of the divisor for several turns in a row. Add 4,7,&8's for a 5 star rating. Description says it gives 19 divisors but only above numbers show up.
I loveeee it ! I told my teacher and my class and now the whole class is doing it !!! ( at least the people who have I pods or I phones but almost everyone does only 5 peeps out of 23 students thats good
- Category: Education
- Released: Apr 12, 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 26.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: McGraw-Hill School Education Group
- © 2010 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.