For children, teens & Big Kids – Play fun online math games for free – addition and subtraction games, multiplication and division problem solving games on your computer. Interactive math activities for elementary school, middle school/ junior high school students, as well as kindergarten age kids involving basic math problems, exercises. From simple fun games to more challenging and difficult ones. Happy math solving on Learn4Good.com!
Are you mad-about-math? Well Pythagoras, now is your chance to prove it! Maths Quiz is a fun educational game suitable for the classroom or at home for both young and old. It’s a traditional numbers quiz where you simply answer math questions against the clock, and get an exam grade (A,B,C,D etc.) at the end of it. Have a go at this fascinating math learning activity. It’s a great way of staying mentally alert, and might even change the way you look at things.
There are 35 questions to answer (ranging from pretty easy to super-difficult). You only have a certain amount of time for each question. If you don’t answer within that time, your answer is “WRONG”. You are always given the correct answer afterward (and an explanation). Before you start, have a look at the quick tutorial.
Double Digits Math Game: Learn Math subtraction and addition by practising lots in this fun and challenging educational game for kids. Become a Math pro by mastering your addition and subtraction skills. Remember, practice makes perfect!
Play a very challenging, tile-based, numbers puzzle game on your mobile, tablet, desktop, laptop or notebook! This viral sensation has been played by millions of gamers online and on their mobile devices since it was released in 2014! Kind of like a "Candy Crush" game for math gamers, 2048 is a highly stimulating, interactive, sliding-tile brain teaser game where you combine together pairs of identical number tiles in order to continuously double them up – with the overall goal of creating a tile of the number 2048.
Although this is a math game at its core (some addition math skills are beneficial), keeping control of the sliding tiles is the key aspect. This requires good analytical thinking and problem solving skills, patience, concentration, determination, good strategy, savvy keyboard or swipe control skills - to visually and mentally figure out and make the optimum next move in line with your goal. There is no time limit, so a careful and measured approach is definitely the way to go here. It's time to double up, and double up again, and double up again…!
Extreme Maths is a fun math learning game for higher elementary school grades, middle school and high school age kids where you have to answer math questions as quickly as you can (before time runs out). This game requires fast-thinking and quick reaction-speeds in order to progress, and tests your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills!
The backdrop to the game is a super-fast ski slope where your extreme sports character flies down the mountain and through the air while encountering math problems to solve along the way. This interactive educational game is a "must play" for any math enthusiast who wants to practice his/her math and decision-making skills under pressure; while having a blast at the same time. OK, get your woolly thinking cap on!
Math Mountain is a friendly, fun, interactive mathematics game for all ages, from early learners to curious adults, where you have to climb to the top of a mountain by answering simple math questions faster than your opponent. You can play against the computer or a friend. This charming addition, subtraction, multiplication and division learning game is a magnificent way to test and practice your math skills or begin your love affair with the magic of numbers!
OK, you earn 10 different IQ points for answering a question correctly. You also earn Bonus points for answering a question in less than 10 seconds. When you get an answer right, you move up the mountain in either 1,2 or 3 steps – based on how hard the question was. If you get the answer wrong, you move back the same number of steps. Whoever gets to the red flag at the top of the mountain first is the winner! There are various powerups you can use to help you climb the mountain. Have fun looking out for these and trying out their effects. OK Brainiac, time to get climbing! Use your super-sharp math skills to think your way to the top!
7 Moves - A great tile puzzle game for young kids to middle school age children that you should find very easy to play (or at least so it seems at first), and involves some basic math (addition and subtraction). Deep down in the Hidden Cave lie treasures of untold riches! Your mission as a treasure hunter is find and collect all treasures in each cave. But you need to make exactly 7 moves (tile steps) in order to reach each treasure chest.
Online Maths Workout 2 Game is both an easy-to-play yet challenging game for young math enthusiasts looking to improve their skills. Your aim is to answer as many mathematical problems correctly as you can. However, it is not as easy as it may seem, since all the problems have to be answered in 60 seconds! Enter your name (or nickname) and choose the level of difficulty (easy, normal, hard) or the type of math you would like to practice (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division). Try to beat other highscores and see how high you can get in the leader boards. If you are good enough, your name and score will be entered in the highscores tables.
Tip / Advice on large number multiplication!
You can achieve great results if you follow these simple guidelines. We will show you how visualize the problem and to multiply 24 and 25 in this example.
First, break down both numbers to the power of ten. Now you have 20+4 multiplied by 20+5.
Multiply each number by every other, and memorize each result: 20x20=400, 20x5=100, 4x20=80, 4x5=20.
Then you carefully add up those numbers; 400+100+80+20 gives 600. Was that difficult? Hopefully this will inspire you to math greatness.
Can you answer the mathematical questions in order to keep the germs (infectious agents) at bay? Math Attack is a fun, interactive math and science-themed game for kids and teens where you get to play the role of a doctor struggling to keep his patient alive. Nasty germs (bacteria, viruses)are trying to enter your patient’s body, and you have to fight off and eliminate them one by one. To do this, you must answer all of the simple math questions that appear in the mouth of the “White Blood Cell”.
Possible answers are shown on the toxic germs that are moving towards the center of your patient’s body. You must outwit these poisonous agents, and click on the vicious germ with the correct answer in order to eliminate it (before it or any of the other microorganisms contaminate your patient). If you click on the correct answer, your patient’s immune system is able to fight that lethal strain of infection by firing life-saving antibodies and blasting it into obscurity.
This entertaining and educational game requires good hand-eye coordination and quick-thinking skills. The further you advance though the levels, the higher your IQ becomes, which means you can further your medical career as a doctor; Go from a first year trainee (Level 2), to a first year intern (Level 4) and eventually to a world-renowned professor of medicine as you battle those pesky germs! Good Luck!
Lemonade Larry is a simple online math game where you have to figure out how much each order of lemonade will cost. This game will help to improve your multiplication skills, and pretty soon you'll be the Multiplication King or Queen! Larry needs money to buy himself a new baseball glove, so he's selling lemonade in his yard. The trouble is, Larry's really busy making the lemonade, so he needs your help!
While Larry serves up the delicious drink, you have to work out how much the lemonade will cost the customers. But it's not that easy, because each customer wants a different amount of lemonade, and funny Larry charges everybody a different price. So come on - help Larry, do some math and have fun all at the same time!
Lever Physics is a challenging, math, physics and equilibrium-based game for upper elementary school / middle school students, high school teens and grownups where you must place and balance weights (fun items and characters) on a ‘seesaw-style’ beam connected to the ground by a pivot (fulcrum). Playing against the clock, you must place any available weights onto the lever (beam), and try to keep it perfectly balanced in the middle.
Some quick physics revision: A lever is a simple mechanical device which consists of a beam or stick or rod, and helps to lift weights with less effort. To be effective (as a lever), it must have a support to pivot on. This pivot is called a fulcrum. Levers can then be used to exert a large force over a small distance at one end of a structure by exerting only a small force over a greater distance at the other end of the same structure (beam). (Physics teachers - Brief correction welcome here if needed..!)
The Law of Equilibrium: A lever is in equilibrium when "the load" and "the effort" balance each other. The effort (weight) multiplied by its distance from the fulcrum = the load (weight) multiplied by its distance from the fulcrum. This law of equilibrium is true for all classes of levers.
For example, 2 pounds of effort exerted 4 feet from the fulcrum will balance 8 pounds located 1 foot on the other side of fulcrum. This effort times (multiplied by) distance about the fulcrum is the "Torque" (rotational force).
Back to Lever Physics Flash game!: Don't be fooled by the fun and playful imagery in this load balancing brain-teaser! It is a tricky, analytical thinking puzzle and logic problem solving challenge that requires good observation skills and hard thinking combined with mathematical and engineering solutions.
This interactive, point-and-click activity allows some trial and error (by quickly placing, removing and re-positioning weights) but you definitely cannot delay your decisions for long as the clock is ticking fast! Ok Balancing Master, can you ‘lever’ yourself to the top of the class?
Calling math, engineering and physics game fans who enjoy thinking outside the box - both children and adults! Libra is a multi-level, equilibrium-based physics game and online creative thinking exercise where you must strike a balance on a classic, two-sided scale by adding an equal (or close to equal) weight of Tetris-style blocks on each side.
Featuring a whopping 48 levels, your analytical and lateral thinking skills are sternly tested as you attempt to balance the scales amid some quirky rules and stipulations (for example, complete horizontal rows of blocks on a scale get eliminated from the equation).
This demanding, interactive mathematical and creative thinking challenge requires logic, the ability to think creatively and use your imagination to solve the problems, prediction skills, and the key ability to learn from your mistakes (adding, removing, and re-positioning weights is commonplace).
Engineering enthusiasts and science game buffs should be in their element here, while this game could also be used by teachers as a helpful cognitive development activity and creative thinking reinforcement exercise for elementary school students, middle and high school aged children. Now, are you the one who will finally bring balance to proceedings?
Traffic Control Algebra is a challenging and intense road management simulation game for kids in elementary school / middle school (and perhaps reinforcement for some high school students) where you have to control 4 sets of traffic lights at a busy crossroad junction by solving algebra-based math equations. You play the highly-intensified role of a highway traffic controller who has to successfully ease the flow of cars from all 4 directions by clicking on the correct answer (i.e. solving for x) to change the color of the light from red to green, and vice versa. Nobody likes to be stuck in traffic, but everybody also needs to get home safely! This means that you’ve got to employ a calculated organizational strategy to ensure all of the vehicles move safely onward toward their destination!
This cool, innovative combination of traffic lights and algebraic equations is one of the quirkiest game ideas that we’ve come across, and this smart, online mouse-clicking brain teaser is easily one of the most hectic activities we’ve encountered! Your concentration levels simply must be at absolutely "100%" because you have numerous important responsibilities on your hands. You need to be vigilant that traffic doesn’t back up too much in any of the 4 different zones, you have to make sure no collisions occur, and you also need to have your math brain switched on! Your problem solving and logical thinking skills are also really tested in this multi-tasking game. Ok Traffic Math Master, simply ignore those honking horns, and see the job done!
Math Solitaire - How quickly can you solve basic math sums in your head? Play as one player alone, or play against the computer in this straight-forward, challenging and addicting math card game for kids, teens and adults too. The history of this Solitaire game began with traditional Solitaire where you first remove all Jokers from the 54 cards and then you are given 4 random cards from the remaining 50 cards. In this version of the Math Solitaire game, you receive five random cards and you have to operate (play) with the first 4 cards, using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Each card must be used once in total although their order does not matter.
For example, you receive the following five cards: 1, 3, 9, 7, 5. You must now come to a total sum of 5 by operating the 4 first cards (1, 3, 9, 7). This can be achieved in a number of ways but our example would be: (1 + 7) - (9/ 3) = 5. There might be some rare cases with no possible solution but the chance of getting such cards is less than 14%. The intermediate results cannot be a fraction. For example, (1/3 + 3) × 3 = 10 is not a valid solution for such cards: 3, 3, 3, 1, 10. It should be 3+3+3+1=10.
You have to choose the game mode at the start (to play the game alone or play against the computer). Playing against the computer has 2 advantages:
a) you see good solution examples when you are stuck (as you are playing the same cards as the computer is)
b) you are put under time pressure because computer does not stop thinking and it thinks fast! You may play 10, 20 or 30 turns in a match against the computer.
Once you choose the game mode, you are brought to the game area. You start the game by clicking the NEXT TURN button in the bottom right corner of the game screen, in order to receive 5 random cards. The sum total (result) you have to come to is the value of the fifth card (the green one). Click on two cards and select the math operator – addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. There are no negative numbers, and therefore there is no difference in which order the cards are selected. If you decide to change your mind – simply click on the operator sign again and deselect the cards. They will be put back and you can use them again.
Are you ready for a brain-teasing math puzzle for younger elementary school kids that combines matching games with straight-forward addition? Match 10 is a fun, educational and addicting matching activity with a twist! Instead of matching up similar numbers, you have to match up touching combinations of numbers that add up to a total of 10. You need to keep your Eagle Eye peeled for correct sums hidden and grouped together within the jumbled grid that add up to the magic number 10. Each time you find a correct match in the grid, those numbers each decrease by one in value. Your ultimate goal is to eliminate of all of the numbers in the grid. Are you up to the challenge Math Master? Happy adding!
It’s safe to say that math and driving are two challenging disciplines that normally sit at opposite ends of the online game spectrum. However, get ready to immerse yourself in a surprisingly addicting game that amazingly combines algebra problem-solving with slick car parking! Parking Algebra is a fun mathematics-based parking skill game for elementary school and middle school age kids where you have to first figure out the solution to a simple algebra equation, and then carefully park your car in the numbered spot that corresponds with your answer! There are also other vehicles dotted around the parking lot, so be careful not to crash! And, as if things weren’t challenging enough, there is a clock ticking away, so you don’t have all day to scratch your head wondering what ‘X’ is; you’ve got to add, subtract, multiply, and drive at speed!
This unusual multitasking skill game exercises two very different parts of your brain; first, you have to engage your analytical and mathematical skills as you solve an algebra problem, then you need to exhibit good hand-eye coordination skills and keyboard tapping abilities to swiftly park your car in the correct spot. This could be a helpful activity to help a child who is struggling with his/her algebra homework, or simply an alternative challenge for dedicated fans of good old-fashioned math brain teasers! Ok Master Mathematician, it’s time to apply your brilliant mind to the noble art of parking an automobile! Happy problem solving (and parking!).
Get ready for a fun and unusual math puzzle that incorporates the iconic gameplay from the ever-popular Pac-man series. Factor Feeder is an alternative math learning game where you play the role of a cute little creature who scurries around a Pacman-type grid full of different numbers. The twist is, he can only eat up the ‘factor multiples’ of a set target number in each level. In math, a ‘Factor’ of a target number is a number that can be multiplied with another to get that target number. For example: 2 and 3 are ‘factors’ of the target number 6, since multiplying 2 and 3 together gives 6. In this game, your little critter can only gobble up the factors of a target number shown to you at the start of a level.
This innovative educational activity will certainly exercise your mathematical ability, as you have to think on your feet, figuring out which numbers are the factors your creature can munch on in each level. Your quick reactions will also be tested, as there are pesky little enemies that chase your cute green ‘Factor Feeder’ around the grid. This game is a good match for elementary school students who are just beginning to learn their multiplication tables, or anyone who enjoys fun and friendly math problem solving. Ok Math Whizz, it’s time to see if you can conquer this tricky puzzle. Let’s see if you’ve got the X ‘Factor’!
Math Scramble is an interactive math game for everyone from elementary school age kids to high school teens to grownups. It requires quick-thinking under pressure, where you have to solve scrambled math puzzles by rearranging the numbers with your computer mouse so that they create the correct equation before time runs out (and you lose). The equations involve addition, subtraction and multiplication. Math Scramble appears easy to begin with but can become very testing indeed!
This stimulating, problem solving & learning game is perfect for anyone who wants to practice his or her math skills, boost their mental agility or just spend some fun time mastering numbers! Don’t let the simple arcade style graphics fool you! These crafty equations have more to them than meets the eye! OK, time to put your thinking cap on! Have fun Mastermind!
Nedrago Memory Cards is a challenging tile matching puzzle game where you must match pairs of identical picture tiles on a series of increasingly-large grids. Set against the backdrop of a group of cartoon friends (Nedrago, Jeacky, Gorilaco and Rabith) meeting up at a burger restaurant, the levels increase in difficulty as more members are added to the group via telephone conversations in between each level! The result is a set of increasingly-difficult matching puzzles where you must match up counterpart tiles from both the left and right hand sides of the game grid.
This fun and stimulating, point and click, memory-based brain teaser requires good visual awareness, cognitive skills, concentration and short-term memory. Memorizing the exact position of each character tile can be very tricky, especially in later levels when there are more tiles, and a lot of very similar-looking characters! So, let's get matching!
Eyeballing is a challenging geometry math game that requires super-sharp eyesight and a solid appreciation of space and distance. After playing, you’ll never hang a painting the same way again! With very simple graphics and basic instructions, Eyeballing is a learning game anyone (young or old) can play and enjoy. Your goal is simple. You have to follow the instructions at the top of the game screen and try and be as accurate as you possibly can with your answer.
You might be asked to find the mid point of a line segment, the point of convergence of three lines or to bisect an angle. You’ll be surprised how “Off The Mark” you can be. You need to achieve accuracy to zero units. This original-style of game is an exercise in extreme eyestrain, yet it’s hours of addicting fun. Go for it Eagle Eye!
Do you want to sharpen your math skills? Arithmetic Challenge is an awesome educational math game for kids, teens and grown-ups where you have to quickly race against the clock to answer as many Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division equations as possible in oneminute. We all know that the best way to develop our mathematical mind is by exercising it each day.
This challenging brain-teaser puzzle does just that; it gets you to concentrate and use your mathematical thinking cap, and in turn, enhance your logic and reasoning skills. This game also forces you to type quickly, with nifty finger work required. The more arithmetic practice you get playing this testing game, the easier you should find it. Attack those sums,and you never know who might achieve a high score worthy entering on the leaderboard!