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Memory Challenge: Division by Twos

This activity was designed to help you practice division with the number two. You're going to see cards in the challenge that ask you to match an equation with a quotient. For example, "18 ÷ 2" would match the "9." If you get stuck, think back to your multiplication tables. The numbers here are very similar.

Good luck and have fun.


Our NumberNut memory challenges are a good break from the usual quizzes. Your goal is to match two (2) cards on the screen. Once you start the game, all of the cards will display. Click on two cards. If they reveal the same value, they will disappear. If they don't match, you will need to click on another two cards.

Once you have found all of the matching pairs, the cards will be gone and the activity will be over. If you want to play again, you will match the same values but the cards will be in different places. It's always a random challenge.

- Division
- Memory Challenge: Division by One
- Memory Challenge: Division by Two
- Memory Challenge: Division by Three
- Memory Challenge: Division by Four
- Memory Challenge: Division by Five
- Memory Challenge: Division by Six
- Memory Challenge: Division by Seven
- Memory Challenge: Division by Eight
- Memory Challenge: Division by Nine
- Memory Challenge: Division by Ten
- QuickQuiz: Single-Digit Division (No Rem.)
- QuickQuiz: Single-Digit Division (Rem.)
- QuickQuiz: Single-Digit Division (Rem.)
- QuickQuiz: One/Two-Digit Division (<10)
- QuickQuiz: One/Two-Digit Division (No Rem.)
- QuickQuiz: One/Two-Digit Division (No Rem.)
- QuickQuiz: One/Two-Digit Division (Rem.)
- Pick-a-Card: Division Word Problems

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