# Learn math for kindergarteners

## Math Games for Kids Online

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• Fractions (173)
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• Geometry (128)
• Measurement (175)
• Time (35)
• Money (57)
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### 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 for Kindergarten Online

Kindergarten Math Games

Math games for kindergarten primarily focus on two critical areas: (1) number names and counting sequence (2) describing shapes and space. Children begin their math journey in kindergarten and this forms the basis of all known mathematics. It is important to make learning fun, engaging and interactive at this stage so that the child develops an early interest in math.
This can be easily done using fun-filled math games that are visually appealing and captivating. There is no better way to teach your little ones about numbers and shapes! Games like sorting games, matching games, counting games, etc. help increase the child’s understanding of numbers.

Benefits of Online Math Games for Kindergarten
• Developing cognitive skills: Learning math through games in kindergarten helps to develop children’s cognitive skills. Their brains are like sponges at this stage, so it is important to stimulate their minds with the right assets. Games engage multiple areas of the brain and allow the learner to interact with concepts like number sense and sequence, addition, subtraction, etc. at their own pace. These games also promote math talk and enhance reasoning abilities.
• Making math learning fun and engaging: Online math games eliminate rote learning from a young age and incorporate a more practical approach to learning. Children can start their math journey by singing the number song or by counting objects along with a friendly character using colorful images. This holds their attention and interest in math right from the start!
• Building curiosity:  Children are naturally curious and it is important to nurture this natural inquisitiveness. Math games are a brilliant way to foster their curiosity by engaging their imagination and creative skills. Sorting games, finding and matching shape games, aligning and comparing length games, etc. all boost curiosity and learning.
• Building motivation, memory and motor skills: Math games allow children to practice their concepts repeatedly that increase their proficiency and boost their motivation. Math games are also amazing at developing motor skills as they involve actions like tapping, clicking, dragging on the screen at the right time at the right place, etc. Memory and concept retention are also increased with repeated practice.
Features of Online Games for Kindergarten
• Play on multiple devices: Math games can be played online on multiple devices like; iPad, laptop, phones, etc.
• Engaging and rewarding games: Children can purchase assets for their characters and more through the coins they win through practice.
• Easy Connect for Parents: Parents are instantly notified about their child’s progress.
• Offline access: Games can also be played offline through apps for an interruption-free experience.
FAQs1. How are kindergarten math games useful?

Counting, writing numbers in words, and identifying shapes are some concepts taught in kindergarten which are useful in everyday life. Math games make these concepts fun and easy to comprehend for the youngest learners out there!

2. Do online games for kindergarten help in developing math skills?

Yes! They can help build an interest right from the start. They not only teach concepts effectively but also relate them to the real world with a touch of wonder and fascination. As such, kindergarteners are able to develop as well as practice necessary math skills to take their learning forward.

3. Are math games for kindergarten easy to use and understand?

Yes, they are extremely age and user-friendly and perfect for little learners. They come with interactive characters and colorful imagery that help retain the attention of your child. Patience with young children is extremely important and interactive games allow streamlined productive learning to be fun and simple simultaneously.

4. How can I make my kindergarten math learning fun through games?

Incorporating games is a wonderful method to keep the spark of learning alive. Kindergarten math games online cover a wide range of topics that are aligned with Common Core Standards that will make learning hassle-free and enjoyable.

5. How to teach math to kindergarteners?

The best way to teach math to children is to let them experience and play with math around them. Make them feel that math is everywhere. Whether you are explaining them counting sequences or telling them about days and months, math is always involved. Online games can be inculcated in their learning routine to make learning exciting and relatable.

## Entertaining math for preschoolers, online math games and tasks

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### Learning shapes course

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What is symmetry?

Part of the whole

We study the figures (1)

We study the figures (2)

Study the figures (3)

We study the figures (4)

Posal Line

polygon

polygons (1)

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### Course Learn numbers

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Number 1 (1)

Distinguish numbers from 0 to 9 (1)

Distinguish numbers from 0 to 9 (2)

Distinguish numbers from 0 to 9 (3) 9000

Distinguish numbers from 0 to 9 (4)

Number line up to 10 (1)

Digit 1 (2)

Digit 2 (1)

Digit 2 (2)

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Funny numbers (1)

Funny numbers (2)

Cheerful count up to 3

Cheerful count up to 5

Where else? (1)

Where is more? (2)

Let's count!

Remove the numbers up to 3

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### Consider up to 10

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Funny account up to 10 (1)

Funny score up to 10 (2)

Tasks for up to 10 up to 10 (1)

Number line problems up to 10 (2)

Play and count (1)

Play and count (2)

Which is in order up to 10?

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Count down from 10 to 1 (2)

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### Count up to 20

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Correlating objects and numbers up to 20 (1)

Composition of the number 12

Counting in pairs up to 20

Counting objects up to 20

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Count items up to 20 (3)

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### Count up to 100

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Approximate count (2)

Millimeter

Approximate count (1)

Arrange in order to 100 (1)

Count to one hundred

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### Number composition

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Number composition 3 20 90Ol000 Learning to solve problems up to 10 (1)

Learning to solve problems up to 10 (2)

Examples in pictures

Subtraction with the transition through a dozen (2)

Subtraction through ten (3)

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### Compare numbers

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Longer, shorter, equal in length

Comparing numbers in pictures up to 10

Odd or even

Comparing expressions. Equalities and inequalities

Comparison of numbers within a million

Comparison of numbers in pictures up to 20

Comparison of numbers within 20

Compare the numbers

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### We multiply and divide

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Division with a remainder of

The division of a three -digit number by a single -digit

Multiplication and division problems

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Do you know the multiplication table? (2)

Written division with remainder

Written multiplication by a two -digit number

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### We solve problems and examples

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Learning to solve problems up to 10 (1)

Money LOVE

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Composition of the number

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### Determine the time

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days of the week (1)

days of the week (2)

Memorial months (2)

Distinguish the seasons

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Determine the time by shooters

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### Why do we need mathematics?

Mathematics is a fundamental science that appeared at the moment when a person needed to calculate something. We can say that her age is not much different from the age of mankind. Mathematics helps, on the one hand, to develop abstract thinking, on the other hand, to solve applied problems in everyday life.

Mathematical thinking, or mathematical mindset, is based on logic, the ability to build cause-and-effect relationships, critical thinking, the desire to get to the bottom of a question or problem.

Mathematics forms skills that are relevant for any historical period, especially for the present.

### What is entertaining mathematics?

Undoubtedly, mathematical abilities are developed by special efforts.

One option is to study mathematics by solving mathematical problems. For an easier and more exciting learning process, a special section is used - entertaining mathematics. In thoughtful game tasks, interesting plots, using humor, the science of mathematics appears in the most attractive form, which is especially important when teaching children. Children's curiosity and excitement allow you to get involved in the world of abstract calculations and go from entertaining puzzles to real complex mathematics.

### Why does the child not understand mathematics?

There is no definite answer to this question. Perhaps the child has not yet fully mastered the skills of counting. Here, counting games from very simple to complicated options, for example, with dice (as an option, rpg board games) will help.

Very young children may still have unformed abstract thinking: it is easier for them to operate with visual objects. A parent or teacher always shows the application of mathematics, explaining why mathematics is needed in life.

If we are talking about an older age, then it is possible to structure abstract thinking in the form of diagrams on paper, helping not to keep all the data in mind, but to see the full picture visually.

If mathematics is difficult for a child, it may be worth paying additional attention to the development of imagination. It is not necessary to use the detailed solution of math problems; you can go through mazes, cut out patterns, collect various crafts according to the schemes. Creativity is welcome, because mathematics is not always about dry numbers.

Math in pictures for preschoolers online is now available to every child. The section includes tasks and games in arithmetic for children, exciting tasks that develop addition and subtraction lessons for children. The exercises in this section will help develop attention and concentration, form elementary mathematical concepts in children.

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Your child will have a fun and productive time.

Children are engaged with pleasure, are completely immersed in the learning process and achieve results. For children under 6 who have not yet learned to read, we voiced each task.

### Cups and medals for children

Awards that motivate children to achieve success.

Each child has his own “hall of awards and achievements”. If the tasks are completed correctly, children receive cups, medals and nominal diplomas. The awards can be shared on social networks, and the diploma can be printed.

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## Math for preschoolers - math games

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Mothers of preschoolers often say, "My child doesn't want to learn anything. " With schoolchildren, things are a little easier, children of 7-8 years old have a more developed emotional-volitional sphere. This means that they are more independent, able to concentrate and hold attention intentionally, unlike themselves, but at the age of 5. Therefore, it is almost impossible to force a preschooler to study - you need to be interested! We offer a list of simple games and recommendations that can help parents of fidgets.

#### What should a child know in mathematics by the age of 5-6?

If the child is familiar with mathematics before school, it will help him to adapt more easily to the school load.

Basic things a preschooler needs to know and be able to do:

• Numbers from 0 to 9 and their corresponding numbers - you need to be able to correlate the number of objects with the number.
• Be able to count in order to 10 and back.
• Signs of addition and subtraction, as well as equals, greater than and less than.
• Be able to perform addition and subtraction within 10.
• Know the basic shapes and their names: circle, square, rectangle, triangle, as well as be able to divide them into equal parts.
• Spatial terms: left, right, center, bottom, top. These skills will help your child navigate the notebook better. Graphic dictation does an excellent job of reinforcing these concepts.

#### Math games for preschoolers

First, you need to understand what the child already knows and can do, and where there are gaps. If the kid attends kindergarten, then, most likely, he already has an idea about numbers and geometric shapes.
Remember that classes with preschoolers should take place in a playful way - they can be combined with outdoor games, they can be included in everyday activities (anything can be counted: steps, steps, trees, etc.).
If you want to introduce a child to geometric shapes, it’s not enough just to say: “This is a triangle, remember!” It is necessary to achieve understanding, abstract vision and memorization at the subconscious level.

The best math activities for children 4 - 6 years old:

1. Math coloring - train counting and fine motor skills. Mathematical coloring pages include: coloring by numbers, where each fragment is assigned its own number, and a certain color is assigned to it - as a result, the baby gets a bright picture. They also include a drawing that you need to circle, connecting the numbers in order, and then color the resulting picture as you wish. This option also trains counting, fine motor skills, logical thinking.

2. Geometric riddles. You explain to the child what the figure looks like, and his task is to guess which figure you are describing. It is possible to do this in the format of rhyming riddles, or you can describe them to your child in your own words. To consolidate the result, ask the child to find an object in the room that is similar in shape to the guessed figure, and then guess his figure and describe it to you so that you can guess it.

3. "Find the missing number" - draw cards for the game: lay out the row in front of the child in order, but skip 1 card. The task of the child is to find the missing number. So we can train both counting in order and in reverse order. With the help of cards, you can introduce the child to the composition of numbers, addition and subtraction

4. Use math riddles - basically simple puzzles. For example: a cat has 4 legs, but how many legs do 2 kittens have? So the child trains counting, spatial thinking and logic. We have already written about puzzles for children, maybe you will like them!

5. Store game. Use whatever materials are available. Give the kid drawn money (you can borrow it in monopoly), stick price tags on the items and invite the kid to go shopping.

The main rules for classes: finish classes before you see signs of fatigue on the child's face; remember that it is difficult for the baby, and this is normal - do not scold him in case of failures; End classes on a positive note and celebrate your child's progress.