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11 Fun Math Games for kids

Interactive learning activities to enhance math skills!

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Make learning and practicing math fun with these kid approved games!

1. Final Countdown

Encourage kids to test their subtractions skills with just a few materials and a fun race to the finish!

2. Sum-It-Up Addition Game

Egg-citing way to get your kids thinking about different ways to approach an addition problem.

3. Eyeball Memory Match

Extend the fun of this game and add numbers to make it the perfect tool to practice number recognition! 

 

4. Addition Hopscotch

For kids who learn best by doing, this game is a hit. Try this hands-on hopscotch to build addition skills.

 

5. Multiplication Checkers

Use this printable or make your own to practice different kinds of equations.

6. Leapfrog Math

Aim high! The frog that lands on the highest numbers wins!

 

7. Puddle Jump

This game is easy to set up and adaptable for kids of all ages!

8. Race to Fill the Cup

By rolling the dice and adding that number of cubes to their cup, kids build their counting and addition skills in a fun and engaging way.

 

9. Math Twister

Get kids moving while practicing math skills at the same time!

 

10. Math Facts Jenga

A fun spin on a classic game, solve the math problem before you can move the block!

11. Roll and Cross

This math game gets kids moving and practicing motor skills by tossing and chasing the giant dice. Check out all the different variations and how to increase the level of difficulty!

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