Students can more readily develop an understanding of division concepts if they see visual representations of the computation process.An arrangement of objects, pictures, or numbers in columns and rows are called an array. Arrays are useful representations of division concepts. In this game we create an array (random choice) and the number of squares in this rectangular array is the dividend after we ask for student to visualise a division. The student must divide the rectangular array into equal rectangular arrays so much as the divisor. He draws with a pencil many equal rectangular array with the total number of squares in every array to be the quotient of the division. He draws by using a pencil with different color from the basic array. Every right answer takes 1 point The game creates many questions according to the dividend In the end funny teacher announce the grade of student.We believe this game is a useful teaching resource for Teachers, Parents and Kids.