Math games that will teach you about mathematics, numbers and counting. Practice the basic number perception with an abacus, or practice the four rules of arithmetic. You will learn math in a joyful way by playing these games. Here we have collected all the games on the subject Math. The games suit preschool, elementary school and all the way up to high school. The games may be sorted by popularity, target group, release date or name.

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## Count money

Look at the notes and coins and add up the sum. Practicing basic knowledge in how to count money with increasing difficulty. This knowledge game uses all valid denominations of the Swedish krona, U.S.

76 game levels. First grade - Seventh grade

Money Counting Mental calculation

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## Tell time in English

Practice analog clock. Practice the basics such as full hours, half-hours, quarters and minutes. Watch the three clocks and choose the clock that match the requested time.

20 game levels. First grade - Sixth grade

Clock Analog clock Numbers

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## Writing numbers in words

Practice how numbers are written in words. In English and both numbers to words and words to numbers.

17 game levels. Kindergarten - First grade

Numbers Digits Words Write

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## Match clocks

Match clocks that can be both analog and digital. Practice telling time with both types of clocks.

40 game levels. First grade - Sixth grade

Clock Analog clock Digital clock Numbers

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## Number bonds

Try to find the number that is a number bond to another number and adds up to the given sum. Practice part-part-whole relationships to the numbers 0-20 and facilitates the important mental calculation

25 game levels. First grade - Fifth grade

Numbers Addition Mental calculation Number bonds

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## Abacus - Basics

Learn to count on an abacus online. In order to be able to count on an abacus you have to master the basics. In this game you train the values of the beads, the importance of the beam and the rods.

9 game levels. First grade - Tenth grade

Logical thinking Mental calculation Abacus

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## Minecraft math

Count with Minecraft! You will need to multiply, divide and subtract.

2 game levels. Fourth grade - Seventh grade

Multiplication Division Subtraction Problem solving

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## Multiplication

Learn multiplication with this math game for students. Find the product of the factors in all times tables.

45 game levels. Third grade - Tenth grade

Numbers Multiplication Mental calculation

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## Multiplication memory

Practice multiplication with times tables in this memory game where you should match an expression with the right product.

10 game levels. Third grade - Seventh grade

Multiplication Times tables Mental arithmetic Memory training

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## Addition

Practice addition in math game with several levels of increasing difficulty. Add two numbers and find the correct sum.

35 game levels. Kindergarten - Sixth grade

Numbers Addition Mental calculation

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## Find the factor

Try to find the requested factors in this game of multiplication. You get a factor and a product and your task is to find the missing product.

45 game levels. Third grade - Tenth grade

Factor Multiplication Product

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## Addition within ten

This game will help students build fluency when adding within 10.

6 game levels. Kindergarten - First grade

Addition Adding Fluency

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## Place value with base ten blocks

Look at the picture and count the hundreds. Then count the number of tens and after that the ones. Sum up and click on the correct number. Practice counting and improve your perception of numbers in t

12 game levels. Kindergarten - Sixth grade

Counting Mental calculation

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## Abacus - Addition

Learn to count addition on an abacus. In order to be able to perform addition on an abacus you need to master the abacus basics. In this game you practice to carry extra digits when adding numbers.

12 game levels. First grade - Tenth grade

Logical thinking Addition Abacus

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## Digital clock in English

Practice the digital clock with 24 hours. Read a written time and find the corresponding time among the three digital clocks.

20 game levels. Kindergarten - Sixth grade

Clock Digital clock Numbers

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## Subtraction

Practice subtraction or minus in a skill training game. Find the difference between two numbers in different levels in this math game.

35 game levels. Second grade - Seventh grade

Numbers Subtraction Mental calculation

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## Division

Practice division, ie dividing two numbers. Find the quotients of the numerators divided by the denominators in this math game.

35 game levels. Third grade - Tenth grade

Numbers Division Mental calculation

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## Odd or even numbers

Here you get to practice recognizing even and odd numbers.

6 game levels. First grade - Third grade

Even Odd Numbers

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## Ways to make 10

These friends of ten activities really help students learn ways to make ten in a fun and hands on way.

4 game levels. Kindergarten - Second grade

Addition Number bonds Make 10

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## Master your fours

A fun way to memorize 4s! Let's practice 4s facts.

2 game levels. Third grade - Fifth grade

Multiplication

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## Balance the Equations

Use your addition and subtraction skills to balance the equations and win the game!

5 game levels. Second grade - Third grade

Equalities Balancing equations Addition Subtraction

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## Trigonometry Vocabulary

Practice the six trigonometric functions and other trigonometry definitions.

6 game levels. Fourth grade - Seventh grade

Trigonometry Functions Vocabulary

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## Convert fractions, percentages and decimals

Practice convert a number between fraction, percentage and decimal. Includes the ten steps from a whole of one-tenth.

12 game levels. Fifth grade - Seventh grade

Fractions Percents Decimals Conversion

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## Volume Concentration

Match up the corresponding 3D figure to its volume formula.

3 game levels. Eighth grade - Tenth grade

Volume Formula 3D figures

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## Sums of two one-digit numbers

students will be adding one-digit numbers in this game.

4 game levels. First grade - Third grade

Addition 1-digit number

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