Students can more readily develop an understanding of multiplication 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 multiplication concepts. In this game we create an array (random choice) and with this a visual multiplying. Then the student must count the number of squares in every side of the array to find the two numbers of multiplication and, if he needs to understand the multiplication process, he can count the total number and find the product of multiplication. Every right answer takes 1 point. In the end the funny teacher will give the student two new multiplications and the student must transform those multiplications in arrays, by following some instructions and creating two new arrays inside the first one.He draws by using the pencil different color from the basic array. In the end funny teacher announce the grade of student.