Interactive Math addition game online for kids in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade, 6th, 7th, 8th grade to high school grade students. Fun math problem solving practice activity, with no download: Educational games & learning activities on PC for young children & family at home, in elementary/ middle school.
Rating: 5.2/10 - 50 votes

Arithmetic Challenge – fancy yourself as a math whizz or would you just like some straight-forward math practice? Play Arithmetic Challenge and answer single, double or triple number addition questions as quickly as possible before they are gone from your game screen. The questions appear for a short period of time in this quick-reactions, interactive arithmetic math game. The answer must be entered into the answer box before the timer times out (ballon disappears) and the question is gone. Improve your math skills in this challenging and addicting game. Try to become one of the best players (a high scorer) by answering all questions quickly and accurately. Math can be fun and easier to learn than perhaps you ever imagined. If you enjoy Math and are good at it, keep it up and keep practicing. It is so important to your future. Best of luck!

How To Play: To begin playing, type your name into the appropriate box and select the desired level. Answer as many addition arithmetic questions as possible by typing the correct answer into the answer box (located at the bottom of the game screen), using the number keys on your computer keyboard. Press the “Enter” key on your keyboard or the “OK” button on the game screen using your computer mouse to submit your answer before the timer runs out. There are three levels of difficulty that you can choose from – Easy, Medium and Hard, depending on your math abilities or confidence. Save your score at the end of the game and see other players’ scores on the highscore list. The timer can be seen on the bottom right-hand corner of the game screen.

Tip / Advice on large number addition: Large number addition can be achieved more quickly by regrouping the numbers and adding the hundreds first, then the tens and finally the units. Example: 423 + 356 (add 400 + 300 first = 700, then 20 + 50 = 70, and 3 + 6 = 9, therefore 700 + 70 + 9 = 779). Do you find that helpful?

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