Playing Carl gives my class the needed number practice while the graphics and ease of use quickly engage the students.
The easy swipe action and speed of the game works for all levels.

Heather Earl

Heather Earl

Grade 5/6 TeacherChurchill Alternative School, Ottawa, Ontario

As a university professor in mathematics, I sometimes see students that lack the confidence to tackle math problems for themselves. One of the simplest ways to build math confidence early on is to memorize the times tables. Anyone can do it if they try. And a game like this can actually make it fun.

Jeff Orchard

Jeff Orchard

Professor of MathematicsUniversity of Waterloo

``Carl can Divide`` is a wonderful game to teach you division. It's a game you won't want to stop playing!

A Carl Fan

A Carl Fan

Grade 5 Student

The game ``Carl can Divide`` really helped me learn my division facts. It was also really interesting to play.

Another Carl Fan

Another Carl Fan

Grade 5 Student

Makes Math Practice Fun!

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How to Play Carl Can Divide

Select the divisor you’d like to work on.  For example ÷10

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Swipe the Bubbles

Numbers will start to float by.  Swipe all numbers that divide evenly by 10. The numbers will get faster as you progress.

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Watch Out!

If you swipe a number that does not divide by 10 evenly,

the bad guys will get closer.

Too many mistakes and the bad guys will

scare Carl away.

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Complete the Level

If you score enough points to reach the goal, Carl will win a prize.

One prize per level.

Find Carl’s prizes by tapping on his home.

Kids and Teachers Love Carl!

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Easy Review and Feedback for Parents and Teachers

A math game that can send easy to read reviews to parents and teachers right from the app.

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What can Parents and Teachers Review?

  • Levels played
  • Number of games played
  • Amount of time played
  • Mistakes made for each level
  • Missed numbers for each level
  • Mistakes and missed numbers are ordered with most frequent mistakes first
  • High score for each level
  • Average score for each level
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FAQs

How does Carl interact with the prizes?

When you are in Carl’s house, you will see any prizes he has won.  Drag the prizes to arrange them in Carl’s house.  Some prizes can be held or worn.  Just double tap a prize to see what it does.

Where do I see Carl's Prizes

From the main menu, touch Carl’s house.

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Why does the game continue after you reach your goal?

Players can continue playing to try and get a high score.

High scores can be viewed in Game Center.

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Some of the bubbles bounce off the screen before I can tap them.

If you swipe the bubbles closer to the bottom of the screen, the bubbles are less likely to be bumped off the screen.

How many mistakes can you make?

Each time you swipe an incorrect bubble, it counts as one mistake.

Each time you miss swiping four bubbles, it counts as one mistake.

Once you make 4 mistakes, the game is over.

Why didn't my errors show after the game?

Mistakes are recorded during regular game play. Once the bubbles are going really fast, mistakes are no longer recorded.

If you have no errors after the game, congratulations!  You played a perfect game!

How do I reset the game for another player?

To clear the game back to the beginning, from the main menu, touch the gear.

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From here, you tap on the report.

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Finally, you tap on the reset button.

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This will clear the report, remove all the prizes and set the game back to the ÷10 level.

How can I see the tutorial again?

From the main menu, touch the gear.Gear

From here, you tap on the information button.Info

This will start the tutorial again.

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Carl's goal is instant recall of multiplication and division facts.

Instant recall of multiplication and division facts for elementary school children will help with future study of factoring, fractions, algebra and multiples.  When children in grades 4, 5 and 6 can easily recognize the values in the times tables, they can focus on learning more advanced topics of mathematics.  Success in math starts with mastering the basics of multiplication and division.

Credits

Amy Yeung (My niece!)

Amy Yeung (My niece!)

Carl's Voice
Amy Yeung (My niece!)

Amy Yeung (My niece!)

Carl's Voice

Morten Barfod Søegaard, Little Robot Sound Factory

Morten Barfod Søegaard, Little Robot Sound Factory

Music and Sounds
Morten Barfod Søegaard, Little Robot Sound Factory

Morten Barfod Søegaard, Little Robot Sound Factory

Music and Sounds

Carl Can Divide in the Media

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