Build number sense and have fun!
This collection features resources for math games in your classroom. Math games help build fluency by providing meaningful and enjoyable practice.
If you find there are too many resources to sort through, you can filter the results using the “Filter Resources” area on the left side of the screen. Select “Education Level” to narrow your results to a specific education level. (Please note - for the purposes of this site these "Education Levels" are used when filtering - Lower Primary = K-2, Upper Primary=3-5, Middle Years=6-8, High School=9-12)
Improve number sense and have fun.
Build number sense...have fun!
Skip counting is an important skill, one that leads kids naturally into multiplication. Kids can learn to skip count by rote, but they’ll get more value from seeing how the concept relates to real-life math. Try these activities and ideas to help make it happen!
You can get moving and learn some math too!
What’s the best way to teach multiplication? The answer is different for every student. Check out these fun, hands-on resources for teaching this math skill to everyone!
This site offers a wide variety of activities, games, and strategies that make teaching division more effective … and more fun.
-AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons.
-There is no cost or registration required to practice your math on the AAAMath.com web site.
-Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
-A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten through Eighth grade level) enables learning or review to occur at each individual's current level.
-Immediate feedback prevents practicing and learning incorrect methods, which is a common result of traditional homework and worksheets. Practice can continue as long as desired in a non-threatening format which helps build self-esteem and confidence.
-Please feel free to try the lessons by clicking on one of the grades at the top or a topic area on the left side of the page.
-Remember to add the site to your Favorite Places and please tell others about the site. It is an excellent way to learn or review math.
Students place markers on the numbers 2-12. Students toss two 6-sided dice, find the sum and remove a marker from that number, if there is still one. The first player to remove all markers wins the game. This game can be used as addition practice or as an introduction to the probability of the different outcomes of rolling two dice. This game was developed by a Monmouth University student for the Probability Fair. These games help students acquire proficiency in addition and subtraction facts.
In this game activity students practice comparing shapes and naming something that is alike or different about them.
This free and rich content platform provides access to thousands of fun kids activities like children’s crafts, worksheets, coloring pages, printable mazes, dot to dot, hidden pictures and more. Various activities are available for children of all ages.
Arcademics make multiplayer educational games for students from K to eighth grade, from free math games to language games. Arcademics combines the excitement of video games with educational content to produce a high rate of learning through exciting, focused repetition that enables automaticity and fluency. All games can be played seamlessly on any device using the web browser for free.
Two users play a game in which each player tries to connect four game pieces in a row (like game Connect Four).
The players answer math questions to connect the pieces.
Teacher chooses how much time each player has to answer, the level of difficulty, and the type of math problem.
Ask Dr. Universe is a science-education project from Washington State University. Kids can send Dr. Universe any question they may have about history, geography, plants, animals, technology, engineering, math, culture, and more.
Askî’s Pond is an iPad math game for Grade 1 students, featuring the characters from Askî’s world. The game reinforces Saskatchewan curriculum math outcomes and processes and is available in the iTunes app store (free of charge) for all school divisions and First Nations Education Organizations. Search for “Aski’s Pond” or “Aski.”
Askî’s Pond supports math improvement and connects directly to the reading, writing and math and the First Nations, Métis and Inuit engagement outcomes. The game integrates mathematics and First Nations and Métis content, supports math instruction in the classroom and, like Help Me Tell My Story, is a wonderful family engagement tool.
The game can be played in either English or French.
Fourth graders are independent explorers, full of ideas and opinions. They have an impressive skill set and are ready to go deeper. With that in mind, we’ve gathered together learning links and fun activities that will help kids build skills in literacy, math, science, and social studies—plus some just for fun! This list of 4th grade websites and activities is something kids can easily do at home with their families.
Fifth graders are on the brink of adolescence. They are curious, capable, and ready to tackle the world. With that in mind, we’ve gathered together learning links and fun activities that will help them build skills in literacy, math, science, and social studies—plus some just for fun! This list of 5th grade websites and activities is something kids can easily do at home with their families.