# Game to learn math

## Math Games for Kids Online

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• Math (2,046)
• Number Sense (387)
• Subtraction (238)
• Multiplication (199)
• Division (109)
• Fractions (173)
• Decimals (150)
• Geometry (128)
• Measurement (175)
• Time (35)
• Money (57)
• Algebra (35)
• Word Problems (57)
• ELA (2,367)
• Writing (184)

### Number Sense Games for Kids (387)

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##### Sing the Number Song from 1 to 3 Game

Ask your little one to sing the number song from 1 to 3 to play this game.

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##### Sing the Number Song from 11 to 15 Game

Sing the number song from 11 to 15 to practice numbers.

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##### Count the Dots from 1 to 3 Game

Count the dots from 1 to 3 to begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard.

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##### Trace the Number One Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number one.

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### Addition Games for Kids (341)

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##### Model to Add Numbers Game

Dive deep into the world of math by modeling to add numbers.

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##### Build the Model to Add Numbers Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to build the model to add numbers.

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##### Add Using Place Value Chart Game

Practice the superpower of addition by learning how to add using the place value chart.

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### Subtraction Games for Kids (238)

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##### Remove and Match the Number Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to remove and match the number.

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##### Count Backward From 10 Game

Ask your little one to count backward from 10 to play this game.

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##### Subtract Two Numbers (Up to 5) Game

Take a deep dive into the world of math by subtracting two numbers (up to 5).

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##### Subtract Multiples to 10 using Visuals Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to subtract multiples of 10 using visuals.

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### Multiplication Games for Kids (199)

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##### Count Rows and Columns Game

Take the first step towards building your math castle by practicing to count rows and columns.

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##### Multiply 2-Digit Numbers Using Area Model Game

Use your multiplication skills to multiply 2-digit numbers using area models.

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##### Multiply Three Numbers Game

Unearth the wisdom of mathematics by learning how to multiply three numbers.

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##### Multiply and Answer in Unit Form Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to multiply and answer in unit form.

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### Division Games for Kids (109)

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##### Divide using a Related Fact Game

Shine bright in the math world by learning how to divide using a related fact.

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##### Division facts of 10 Game

Explore the division facts of 10 with this game.

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##### Divide Objects into Equal Groups Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by helping them divide objects into equal groups.

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##### Find the Quotient Game

Enter the madness of math-multiverse by learning to find the quotient.

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### Fraction Games for Kids (173)

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##### Understand Equal Parts Game

Let your child see the world through math-colored shades by understanding equal parts.

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##### Compare Fractions Using Fraction Strips Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to compare fractions using fraction strips.

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##### Identify Equivalent Fractions Game

Treat yourself to an immersive learning experience by identifying equivalent fractions.

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##### Choose the Fraction Represented by the Model Game

Unearth the wisdom of mathematics by learning how to choose the fraction represented by the model.

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### Decimal Games for Kids (150)

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##### Identify Tenths Using Fraction Models Game

Apply your knowledge of decimals to identify tenths using fraction models.

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##### Choose the Decimal Number Represented on The Number Line Game

Help kids practice decimals by learning to choose the decimal number represented on the number line.

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##### Decimals on the Place Value Chart Game

Use your skills to practice decimals on the place value chart.

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##### Identify the Place Value and Complete the Chart Game

Use your math skills to identify the place value and complete the chart.

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### Geometry Games for Kids (128)

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##### Identify Objects Above and Below Game

Learn to solve problems by identifying objects 'above' and 'below'.

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##### Sort Real-World Shapes Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by sorting real-world shapes.

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##### Identify the Missing Coordinate Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by identifying the missing coordinate.

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##### Counting Objects Above and Below Game

Begin the exciting journey of becoming a math wizard by counting objects 'above' and 'below'.

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### Measurement Games for Kids (175)

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##### Guess the Correct Unit of Capacity Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning to identify the correct unit of capacity.

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##### Identify the Object with Shorter Length Game

Use your measurement skills to identify the object with the shorter length.

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##### Conversion Tables for Metric Units of Length Game

Help kids practice measurements with these conversion tables for metric units of length.

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##### Identify Objects by Color Game

Sharpen your skills by identifying objects by their colors.

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### Time Games for Kids (35)

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##### Relate Activities with A.
M. and P.M. Game

Shine bright in the math world by learning how to relate activities with A.M. and P.M.

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##### The Hour Hand Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by playing 'The Hour Hand' game.

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##### Find Elapsed Time Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by learning how to find elapsed time.

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##### Read Time in Half Hours Game

Shine bright in the math world by learning how to read time in half hours.

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### Money Games for Kids (57)

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##### Different Types of Coins Game

Explore different types of coins with your little one.

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##### Use Coins to Make the Given Amount Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to use coins to make the given amount.

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##### Count Coins of a Type Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to count coins of a type.

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### Algebra Games for Kids (35)

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##### Fill in the Correct Number Using Additive Patterns Game

Fill in the correct number using additive patterns.

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##### Simplify Expressions with Two Operations Game

Ask your little one to simplify expressions with two operations to play this game.

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##### Select the First FIve Multiples of Various Numbers Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning to select the first five multiples of various numbers.

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##### Choose the Prime Number Out of the Given Numbers Game

Kids must choose the prime number out of the given numbers to practice algebra.

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### Word Problems Games for Kids (57)

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##### Adding One by Making a Model Game

Treat yourself to an immersive learning experience with our 'Adding One by Making a Model' game.

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##### Solve Word Problems on Division Game

Learn to solve math problems by solving word problems on division.

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##### Solve the Word Problems on Fraction Addition Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to solve the word problems on fraction addition.

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##### Find the Change Game

Use your counting money skills to find the change.

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### All Math Games for Kids

##### Count Along with the Stars from 1 to 3 Game

Shine bright in the math world by counting along with the stars from 1 to 3.

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##### Number Sequence from 1 to 20 Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by practicing the number sequence from 1 to 20.

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##### Count to Tell How Many up to 3 Game

Ask your little one to count to tell 'how many' up to 3.

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##### Trace the Number Two Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number two.

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##### Identify the Least and Greatest Blocks Game

Ask your little one to identify the least and the greatest number of blocks to play this game.

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##### Count up by 2s Game

Practice the superpower of counting by learning how to count up by 2s.

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##### Count Objects in Pairs Game

Take the first step towards building your math castle by practicing how to count objects in pairs.

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##### Which Picture Shows 10 Game

Make math learning fun by choosing the picture that shows 10.

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##### Number Sequence from 1 to 3 Game

Enter the madness of math-multiverse by practicing the number sequence from 1 to 3.

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##### Sing the Number Song from 10 to 20 Game

Have your own math-themed party by singing the number song from 10 to 20.

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##### Match Numbers up to 3 Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to match numbers up to 3.

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##### Trace the Number Three Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number three.

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##### Identify the Least and Greatest Number Game

Kids must identify the least and the greatest number to practice number sense.

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##### Skip Count by 2s on Hundreds Charts Game

Take a look at how to skip count by 2s on the hundreds charts with this game.

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##### Identify Even or Odd Game

Kids must identify whether the given number is even or odd.

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##### Complete the Ten-Frame Game

Apply your knowledge of place values to complete the ten-frame.

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##### Count and Tell Numbers from 1 to 3 Game

Kids must count and tell numbers from 1 to 3 to practice number sense.

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##### Let's Make the Number Song from 10 to 15 Game

Listen to the number song from 10 to 15 with your child.

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##### Counting Sequence from 1 to 5 Game

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##### Trace the Number Four Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number four.

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##### Order the Numbers Game

Take the pressure off by simplifying number sense by ordering the numbers.

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##### Skip Count by 2s Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to skip count by 2s.

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##### Check Even or Odd Game

Ask your little one to check even or odd to play this game.

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##### Count Up to 15 Using Ten-Frames Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to count up to 15 using ten-frames.

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##### Hop and Count from 1 to 3 Game

Use your number sense skills to hop and count from 1 to 3.

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##### Let's Make the Number Song from 10 to 20 Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse with the number song from 10 to 20.

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##### Count to 5 Game

Dive deep into the world of counting with our fun 'Count to 5' game.

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##### Trace the Number Five Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number five.

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##### Recognize Patterns Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to recognize patterns.

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##### Count On by 2s Game

Enjoy the marvel of mathematics by exploring how to count on by 2s.

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##### Select the Even or Odd Number Game

Dive deep into the world of math by selecting the even or odd number.

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##### Count Up to 20 Using Ten-Frames Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by exploring how to count up to 20 using ten-frames.

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##### Count and Match Numbers from 1 to 3 Game

Apply your knowledge of number sense to count and match numbers from 1 to 3.

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##### Connect the Number Stars from 1 to 3 Game

Kids must connect the number stars from 1 to 3 to practice number sense.

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##### Count the Dots from 1 to 5 Game

Teach your little one to count the dots from 1 to 5.

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##### Trace the Number Six Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number six.

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##### Match Number and Pattern Game

Have your own math-themed party by learning how to match numbers and patterns.

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##### Complete the Skip Count Game

Take the first step towards building your math castle by practicing how to complete the skip count.

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##### Model Teen Numbers on the Frame Game

Enter the madness of math-multiverse by exploring how to model teen numbers on the frame.

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##### Match Number Cards from 1 to 3 Game

Add more arrows to your child’s math quiver by matching number cards from 1 to 3.

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##### Sing the Number Song from 1 to 5 Game

Dive deep into the world of numbers by singing the number song from 1 to 5.

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##### Subitize to Count within 5 Game

Learn to solve math problems by subitizing to count within 5.

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##### Trace the Number Seven Game

Sharpen your number skills by tracing the number seven.

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##### Compare by Counting Game

Dive deep into the world of number sense with our 'Compare by Counting' game.

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##### Count Forward by 2s Game

Take a look at how to count forward by 2s with this game.

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##### Composing Teen Numbers Game

Let your child see the world through math-colored shades with our composing 'teen' numbers game!

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##### Identify Numbers from 1 to 3 Game

Enjoy the marvel of math-multiverse by identifying numbers from 1 to 3.

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##### Count Along with the Stars from 1 to 5 Game

Count along with the stars from 1 to 5 with this number sense game.

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##### Count Objects to 5 Game

Kids must count objects to 5 to practice counting.

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##### Count On to Add within 10 Game

Dive deep into the world of addition by counting on to add within 10.

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Online Math Games for Kids

Math can be hard sometimes, and it can be difficult for different types of learners at different stages. But playing games with math in them is different! Games are fun, and they don't take themselves too seriously. This means that they're a great way to develop necessary math skills without feeling like you're doing work at all.

Fun math games online add meaningful challenges to your child’s math practice which are both age and grade appropriate. Math learning games are visually pleasing and engage your child’s sensibilities in the best way possible.

These games include subtraction games, addition games, measurement games, counting games, number sense games, place value games, algebra games and much more that cater to all ages from preschoolers to K-5.

Benefits of Interactive Math Games Online
• Mathematics games foster positive educational experiences by boosting student motivation and learning
• Math learning games stimulate mathematical reasoning by encouraging students to reason, wonder and explore
• They provide an alternative method of approach and assessment to mathematics
Features of Math Games
• Play on any device: Kids can play math games online on the device of their choice; iPad, laptop, iPod etc.
• Engaging and rewarding games: Children can buy their favorite animated pet and more with the coins they earn through practice.
• Parental Connect: Parents can get instant notifications of their child’s progress and skill completion through apps and websites.
• Offline access: Fun math games can also be played offline through various apps.
FAQs1. Why are math games useful?

Math online games are extremely useful as they make learning fun and interactive! They not only engage the child but facilitate frequent practicing of math facts and increase math knowledge by focusing on logical areas of reasoning and questioning. They are very efficient in reinforcing mathematical concepts.

2. Do online games help in developing math skills?

Ofcourse! Math games improve reasoning abilities, promote better comprehension of underlying concepts and allow children to feel confident in solving complex math problems based on real-world scenarios. They are practical and useful in developing key mathematical skills.

3. Are math games easy to understand and play?

Yes! They come with a set of instructions that are engaging and easy to understand. They cater to all types of learners and provide an equal learning opportunity for every child. They challenge children in a way that is both exciting and appropriate which then increases their math learning and enhances their math skills.

4. How can I make teaching math fun?

You can make teaching math fun with interesting games online by incorporating them in your classroom or your child’s routine.

5. What are the best math games websites for kids?

A wide range of websites and apps are available online that cater to math learning and practice. To know more, read: Best Online Math Websites To Take The Math Blues Away

## ‎Math Games - Learn +

### Description

Math Games For Kids, Learn To Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide and More! RV AppStudios Kids games are always free, no ads, and no in-app purchases. Hope you enjoy!

Want to improve your kid's math skills? How about helping your kids master mathematics with fun, free math games? Math Games is the perfect way to help children learn math skills the easy way!

Our math games for kids is super fun! Solve a wide variety of math puzzles, brain teasers, and brain math puzzles using nothing more than basic arithmetic. Pick up new math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, or get more advanced with fractions ¼, decimals, and mixed operations.

Collection of Math Games offered:
◾ Subtraction games - 1, 2, 3 digit subtraction game to learn how to subtract
◾ Multiplication games - Best practice game to learn multiplication tables and multiplying methods.
◾ Division games - Learn to divide by playing multiple fun division games
◾ Fractions - Step-by-step learning of fraction calculation, fun and easy way to learn fractions.
◾ Decimals - Fun adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimal modes to learn
◾ Square Roots - Practice squares and square roots, learn how to squares a number
◾ Exponents - Practice exponent problems
◾ Mixed operations - Put your knowledge to the test by practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication, division all in one mode!

All of these math games are free to enjoy, and they're suitable for all ages, from kids to adults. Within this educational kids app, we've tried to teach kids step-by-step how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Anyone who wants to hone their skills by playing math games is welcome to download and try them out!

Test your addition, subtraction, multiplication, and other number skills in the following modes:
• Memory Match - Flip number memory cards and match answers to the equations.
• Challenge Mode - Finish the puzzles before time runs out!
• Dual Mode - Split-screen interface for two players.

Math games for kids should be fun! Our math app is suitable for children in kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, or 6th grade, and of course, any teenager or adult who is interested in training their brain and improving their math skills!

Version 1.1.2

New in this update:
- Performance enhancements
- Fixes a few minor bugs
- Delivers a faster interface experience

### Ratings and Reviews

128 Ratings

#### Excellent Math App & It’s FREE!

For a free app, it’s an amazing math learning tool for kids. It even provides children a great learning tool in the report grade section for answers they get wrong. It goes through the incorrect problems step by step, to teach children how to correctly calculate the problem. This means parents don’t necessarily need to be present and can allow the child to become self-sufficient. The app can be programmed to set up individual accounts for each child.

#### She loves this

She thinks this is a very fun game and for me personally I think it is very educational my daughter is currently behind on maths but I can already see that she is getting better I think that it is a very calming game because my daughter has math anxiety and the calming music helps her focus I like that there are different levels that can suit your child it’s for everyone and I think it is a wonderful game

#### Versatile and free!

I’m a school teacher who has a number of students with gaps in their basic skills. This app gives great practice on key concepts and is highly customizable to target the proper level. Do check it out, I’ve looked through many of the free offerings and this is by far the best you can find without a subscription!

The developer, RV AppStudios LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

#### Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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## Top 10 math games in the classroom for bored students K12

Learning is not easy in the world of Xbox and PlayStation. Math students, like all other students, experience all sorts of distractions, and with the digitization of just about everything around us, it's hard for them to focus on their numbers...

...no cool games, anyway. If you're a math teacher and are struggling to capture the attention of students in the digital age, there are a few classroom math games that work. with rather than against the often innate desire of students to play

Here we have a list of 10 math games for class . It can be great icebreakers, brain breaks, or just games to play if you have some free time.

4 benefits of math games in the classroom

1. math games in the classroom cover almost all topics in math, offering students fun regardless of the lesson. These games, from elementary to high school students, cover the whole gamut of simple concepts like addition and subtraction, to more complex ones like algebra and trigonometry.
2. Teachers can use these games to make lessons boring more enjoyable . Younger students can play as cute colorful characters to solve problems, while older students can get more addicted to puzzles.
3. Math games at school represent the curriculum in Novel, in a different way. At first glance, this looks like a normal fun game, but at each level of the game, students learn a new concept and a new strategy that helps to motivate and engage them in the subject.
4. Math games and quizzes at the end of the lesson can help students practice what they just learned in class. This helps to better understand the concepts and makes a long learning process more productive .
1. Country of Mathematics
2. AgaSlides
3. Math Game Prodigy
4. Komodo Math
5. Monster Math
6. Master of Mathematics
7. 2048
8. Quento
9. Cartoon Math
10. Mental Math Master

### 10 math games to play in the classroom

Here is a list of 10 interactive math games for students to help develop problem solving skills by overcoming fun math problems. Just bring them to the big screen and play them with your class, live or online.

Let's dive into ...

#### #1 - Math Country

Best for: Ages 4 to 12

Math Country is a math game for high school students that combines adventure and learning. It features a compelling pirate storyline and a mission to restore the natural balance of the environment, using math, of course.

To complete the level, students must use addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and counting to help the protagonist Ray navigate through different parts of the sea in search of hidden treasures.

MathLand has 25 levels full of surprises and challenges to help your students build basic concepts with 100% attention and participation. All the main features of the game are free and compatible with all Android and IOS devices.

#### #2 - AhaSlides

Best for: Age 7+

Naturally, there's always the option of making your own math game in class very quickly.

With the right quiz tool, you can create a math quiz for your students to complete together in class or alone at home.

The AgaSlides team math game that makes all your students buzz might be just what the doctor ordered for musty, unresponsive classrooms. All they need is a phone or tablet to send their responses in real time, just like Kahut.

As a bonus, AhaSlides has a free play tool. spinning wheel games, many of which are great for math. Use it to randomly select students, give random equations, or play tons of icebreaker math games together!

After a quiz or game, you can see how everyone did with a full class report showing the questions the students faced and the ones they did.

For teachers, AhaSlides has an exclusive offer for just \$1.95 per month, or completely free if you teach in small classes.

Take a free math test!

#3 - Prodigy Math Game

Best for: Ages 4 to 14

This game has a variety of activities to help you learn an impressive 900 math skills.

The Prodigy Math Game is specifically designed to teach fundamental math concepts and not only covers a wide range of RPG math quests, but also provides the teacher with the ability to easily track the progress of the entire class at once, as well as individual students.

It comes with an automatic grading option that evaluates the student for their performance at any level of play. All of these assessments happen in real time, eliminating the need to submit grades or repeat homework.

#### #4 - Komodo Math

Best for: Ages 4 to 16

Komodo Math is specifically designed to help both teachers and parents build math foundations for their children. It works on a rewarding basis with personalized options that can be modified to suit student needs.

What's great about this classroom math game is that it's not just class-specific. Parents can also use this app at home, and students can do math without having to be in the classroom.

It runs on a Duolingo-style leveling system and boasts a dashboard to help track progress. It shows how well the student is doing and also helps to highlight the categories in which the student is having difficulty.

Komodo Math is compatible with regular Android and IOS phones and does not require a special device.

#### #5 - Monster Math

Best for: Ages 4 to 12

Monster Math helps kids practice math while having fun and having fun with very well thought out storylines and characters.

The game allows students to play the role of a monster who must fight enemies to protect one of his friends. To pass a level, students must work within a limited time to find the correct answer, otherwise they will not be able to move on.

This is a simple game that teaches simple calculation and arithmetic problem solving skills under time constraints.

#### #6 - Math Master

Best for: Ages 12+

Math Master is perhaps the most appropriate interactive math game for learners of all ages: kids as young as 8 enjoy the simpler things while adults - global tasks.

It has categories of arithmetic problems that can be solved individually, such as division or subtraction problems, or if you want to mix it all up, you can get this as well.

It has true/false arithmetic problems, as well as equality and memory questions. While it doesn't have the same sense of adventure that other math games for learners on this list have, it's perfect for preparing for simple exams and helps overcome any difficulty students face when solving arithmetic problems.

#### #7 - 2048

Best for: Age 12 +

2048 is something of a wildcard in this list. It's more like a puzzle game, but addictive enough for students to learn multiplication as they go.

It works on a grid of tiles, each with a number that merges when you place two tiles with the same number. This game is perfect for most student ages, but perhaps best suited for older students as it requires a unique strategy to try and hit the total number of 2048. in the classroom and can act as a great icebreaker as students will likely be thinking about numbers for a long time.

2048 is a free game compatible with Android and IOS devices. You can also play it on a laptop using the link above for better viewing in class.

#### #8 - Quento

Best for: Age 12 +

Speaking of puzzles. Quento is a unique and fun math puzzle for learners of all age groups (but perhaps best for older learners).

In Quento, students must complete a number by adding or subtracting the various numbers available. It works with simple addition and subtraction of numbers, but like 2048, it works with moving tiles to available spaces.

If the sum of number tiles equals the target number, the player receives a star; once all the stars are unlocked, the player can move on to the next round. This is a colorful and addictive puzzle game with various tasks and arithmetic problems.

This is also a great logic game as it helps students think on multiple levels at once.

#### #9 - Cartoon Math

Best for: Ages 6 to 14

Cartoon Math is an interesting school math game, and not only in the sense that it is suspicious similar to the popular game Temple Run .

In the student's character game, a monster is chasing him, and the student must use the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication to get away from it. Specifically, the students encounter math problems along the way, and they must jump onto the track with the correct answer to keep the monster running.

This is a very cute, interesting and well structured game that is perfect for children from grades 1 to 5 learning basic arithmetic.

Aside from copyright infringement, it has a good balance of adventure, fun and a sense of learning that Temple Run certainly doesn't have.

Basic Toon Math features are free, but upgrades can cost up to \$14.

#### #10 - Mental Math Master

Best for: Age 12 +

Mental Math Master, as it suggests, is a mental math game. There are no adventures, characters or storylines here, but the game has interesting and challenging levels, each requiring a new strategy and approach to problem solving.

This makes it better suited for older students than younger ones. This also applies to the content of the game, which focuses a bit more on higher levels of mathematics, including logarithms, square roots, factorials, and other more advanced topics.

The questions themselves are not so simple; they require a bit of sharp thinking. This makes it the perfect game for students who want to test their math skills and prepare for even more difficult arithmetic problems.

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## Top 10 math games in the classroom for bored students K12

Learning is not easy in the world of Xbox and PlayStation. Math students, like all other students, experience all sorts of distractions, and with the digitization of just about everything around us, it's hard for them to focus on their numbers. ..

...no cool games, anyway. If you're a math teacher and are struggling to capture the attention of students in the digital age, there are a few classroom math games that work. with rather than against the often innate desire of students to play

Here we have a list of 10 math games for class . It can be great icebreakers, brain breaks, or just games to play if you have some free time.

4 benefits of math games in the classroom

1. math games in the classroom cover almost all topics in math, offering students fun regardless of the lesson. These games, from elementary to high school students, cover the whole gamut of simple concepts like addition and subtraction, to more complex ones like algebra and trigonometry.
2. Teachers can use these games to make lessons boring more enjoyable . Younger students can play as cute colorful characters to solve problems, while older students can get more addicted to puzzles.
3. Math games at school represent the curriculum in Novel, in a different way. At first glance, this looks like a normal fun game, but at each level of the game, students learn a new concept and a new strategy that helps to motivate and engage them in the subject.
4. Math games and quizzes at the end of the lesson can help students practice what they just learned in class. This helps to better understand the concepts and makes a long learning process more productive .
1. Country of Mathematics
2. AgaSlides
3. Math Game Prodigy
4. Komodo Math
5. Monster Math
6. Master of Mathematics
7. 2048
8. Quento
9. Cartoon Math
10. Mental Math Master

### 10 math games to play in the classroom

Here is a list of 10 interactive math games for students to help develop problem solving skills by overcoming fun math problems. Just bring them to the big screen and play them with your class, live or online.

Let's dive into ...

#### #1 - Math Country

Best for: Ages 4 to 12

Math Country is a math game for high school students that combines adventure and learning. It features a compelling pirate storyline and a mission to restore the natural balance of the environment, using math, of course.

To complete the level, students must use addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and counting to help the protagonist Ray navigate through different parts of the sea in search of hidden treasures.

MathLand has 25 levels full of surprises and challenges to help your students build basic concepts with 100% attention and participation. All the main features of the game are free and compatible with all Android and IOS devices.

#### #2 - AhaSlides

Best for: Age 7+

Naturally, there's always the option of making your own math game in class very quickly.

With the right quiz tool, you can create a math quiz for your students to complete together in class or alone at home.

The AgaSlides team math game that makes all your students buzz might be just what the doctor ordered for musty, unresponsive classrooms. All they need is a phone or tablet to send their responses in real time, just like Kahut.

As a bonus, AhaSlides has a free play tool. spinning wheel games, many of which are great for math. Use it to randomly select students, give random equations, or play tons of icebreaker math games together!

After a quiz or game, you can see how everyone did with a full class report showing the questions the students faced and the ones they did.

For teachers, AhaSlides has an exclusive offer for just \$1.95 per month, or completely free if you teach in small classes.

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#3 - Prodigy Math Game

Best for: Ages 4 to 14

This game has a variety of activities to help you learn an impressive 900 math skills.

The Prodigy Math Game is specifically designed to teach fundamental math concepts and not only covers a wide range of RPG math quests, but also provides the teacher with the ability to easily track the progress of the entire class at once, as well as individual students.

It comes with an automatic grading option that evaluates the student for their performance at any level of play. All of these assessments happen in real time, eliminating the need to submit grades or repeat homework.

#### #4 - Komodo Math

Best for: Ages 4 to 16

Komodo Math is specifically designed to help both teachers and parents build math foundations for their children. It works on a rewarding basis with personalized options that can be modified to suit student needs.

What's great about this classroom math game is that it's not just class-specific. Parents can also use this app at home, and students can do math without having to be in the classroom.

It runs on a Duolingo-style leveling system and boasts a dashboard to help track progress. It shows how well the student is doing and also helps to highlight the categories in which the student is having difficulty.

Komodo Math is compatible with regular Android and IOS phones and does not require a special device.

#### #5 - Monster Math

Best for: Ages 4 to 12

Monster Math helps kids practice math while having fun and having fun with very well thought out storylines and characters.

The game allows students to play the role of a monster who must fight enemies to protect one of his friends. To pass a level, students must work within a limited time to find the correct answer, otherwise they will not be able to move on.

This is a simple game that teaches simple calculation and arithmetic problem solving skills under time constraints.

#### #6 - Math Master

Best for: Ages 12+

Math Master is perhaps the most appropriate interactive math game for learners of all ages: kids as young as 8 enjoy the simpler things while adults - global tasks.

It has categories of arithmetic problems that can be solved individually, such as division or subtraction problems, or if you want to mix it all up, you can get this as well.

It has true/false arithmetic problems, as well as equality and memory questions. While it doesn't have the same sense of adventure that other math games for learners on this list have, it's perfect for preparing for simple exams and helps overcome any difficulty students face when solving arithmetic problems.

#### #7 - 2048

Best for: Age 12 +

2048 is something of a wildcard in this list. It's more like a puzzle game, but addictive enough for students to learn multiplication as they go.

It works on a grid of tiles, each with a number that merges when you place two tiles with the same number. This game is perfect for most student ages, but perhaps best suited for older students as it requires a unique strategy to try and hit the total number of 2048. in the classroom and can act as a great icebreaker as students will likely be thinking about numbers for a long time.

2048 is a free game compatible with Android and IOS devices. You can also play it on a laptop using the link above for better viewing in class.

#### #8 - Quento

Best for: Age 12 +

Speaking of puzzles. Quento is a unique and fun math puzzle for learners of all age groups (but perhaps best for older learners).

In Quento, students must complete a number by adding or subtracting the various numbers available. It works with simple addition and subtraction of numbers, but like 2048, it works with moving tiles to available spaces.

If the sum of number tiles equals the target number, the player receives a star; once all the stars are unlocked, the player can move on to the next round. This is a colorful and addictive puzzle game with various tasks and arithmetic problems.

This is also a great logic game as it helps students think on multiple levels at once.

#### #9 - Cartoon Math

Best for: Ages 6 to 14

Cartoon Math is an interesting school math game, and not only in the sense that it is suspicious similar to the popular game Temple Run .

In the student's character game, a monster is chasing him, and the student must use the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication to get away from it. Specifically, the students encounter math problems along the way, and they must jump onto the track with the correct answer to keep the monster running.

This is a very cute, interesting and well structured game that is perfect for children from grades 1 to 5 learning basic arithmetic.

Aside from copyright infringement, it has a good balance of adventure, fun and a sense of learning that Temple Run certainly doesn't have.

Basic Toon Math features are free, but upgrades can cost up to \$14.

#### #10 - Mental Math Master

Best for: Age 12 +

Mental Math Master, as it suggests, is a mental math game.