Maths is a living nightmare for many. **Cool math games** for kids can change that. It is a fun and exciting way to ignite the passion for maths amongst kids.

Kids like activities and games that don’t feel like work.

**Free Cool Math Games For KidsÂ **

We have jotted down the math games into three sections, according to different levels of school level for the maths in question.

These Math games not only help to develop the mental abilities such as logical reasoning of your kids but also utilizes some of their physical abilities.

These include **free online math games**, puzzles, brainteasers, Problem-solving, and logic quizzes as well.

So here are the best math game sites and apps that you can use

**Junior Primary Math Games**

Finger counting is the most fun game for little kids to play and learn maths with their folks. It involves tapping on the fingers of the other person’s hand to make the equal number of fingers on both the players.

The one with less or more number of fingers on the tapped hand will be “out.”

A phenomenal collection of free online math games for grade 1 kids. It has all sorts of genres for kids to learn maths in an interactive and attention-grabbing way.

There are patterns, strands, shapes, relations, statistics, and probability squished into the games in a manner for kids to enjoy and learn at the same time.

Kids would want to play them over and over until they get tired. Furthermore, there is a library of educational videos to learn fundamental maths and geometry in a fun way.

**3.Â ****Tally Mark and Speed Racer Number Games**

There are two games involved here, involving dominoes and speed racer. It requires flashcards for memorizing different numbers.

You will require a scissor, two colored papers, and a permanent marker/sketch pen to prepare the flashcards to play with kids.

A variation of dominoes and the good old speed racer can be played with kids.

Kids can learn early math concepts with this very cool online math game. You will need two colored paper(black and red), glue, small round magnets, number of magnets to create the ladybugs.

Place the ladybugs on the table with round magnets and let your tiny ones match the numbers with the correct ladybugs. It is fun and a cool math game to play with the color and attractions involved.

**5.Â ****Easter Candy Counting Game**

Little munchkin love candies of various shapes and sizes. You give it to them, and they slurp them away while having the widest smile on the face.

Teach them a game while handing out treats the next time. This game is called the Easter candy counting game, and it will help in teaching counting to the kids.

All you need is a packet of small candies that a child can hold in one hand and gulp it in one go, a permanent market with paper or number stickers.

**6.Â ****Monster Maths**

A fun little game to learn simple sums in maths. If your child is not comfortable writing yet, then use a die to aide in the game.

It is a game involving a cute monster and a simple sum game above it. The child will need to draw little googly eyes on the beast when he/she can solve the sum.

**7.Â ****The Race to 1000**

Help your kid learn to count to 1000 with the help of six-sided dice, a deck of cards (Ace through 9), and a whiteboard or scrap paper for recording the numbers.

A group of kids can play it, so its a fun social time for the kids. Play together at kid parties and educate them while having fun.

**8.Â ****Feed the Chicken – Multiplication Game**

Adding the fun element to learning makes it easy for kids to grasp new concepts. Use cute Chickens to teach multiplication to kids.

The players answer simple multiplication questions and win chicken cards if they answer it correctly. The player with the most cards wins the game at the end.

**9.Â ****Strike it Out!**

Many kids can play it at once. The game is simple; it involves a number line created by answering the right answers to addition and subtraction questions.

The player who reaches the end of the line first is the winner.

**10.Â ****Equations Math Game**

The game involves cards with each card containing a number from 1 to 12. There are 4-sets of numbered cards that can be printed by the provided template or hand-written.

Re-arrange cards to make a correct equation of subtraction or addition on the sheet.

Another game byÂ *Mama Jen*Â is an engaging and amusing game to learn maths with circles.

You will need to print a number table(provided with the tutorial in PDF), two colored sketch pens. It can be played with a single child as well.

**12.****Â Super Ten**

This game will help your child learn counting, mental maths, and range of numbers. All you need is a game board(printable on paper), matchsticks, dice(optional), and pencils(if available).

Children can play this math game by making a group of ten matchsticks as stair and counting them to see how many “group of tens” are created and the additional “leftover”.

Teach kids to count money and learn to count along with it. It will help with developing critical thinking, as well.

For playing this game, you will require real coins(lots of them) and guess the coin printable template(give on the tutorial page).

Make sure to sanitize/wash the coins before handing them to children.

**14.Â ****Fly Swatter**

Fly Swatter is a fun way to learn fundamental maths and help kids recognize new problems.

You will need a large chart paper where 1-50 numbers can be written on a reasonably big size so that children can see them.

Ask them questions like “where is number 4?” and let them point it out on the chart.

**15.Â ****Catapult Addition**

Get ten wooden craft sticks, rubber bands, and a plastic bottle cap. You got yourself a game in addition to playing with your kids.

The sticks can be chappy as well; if you are thick enoughâ€”lay plates with different numbers 5, 15, 20, 25 for starters. The game requires two players if the guardian is not playing.

**16.Â ****Don’t Get Zapped**

For this game, children take sticks from the monster and try to solve the problem written on them. They get to keep it if they do it right. The player with the most sticks wins the game at the end.

All you need is wooden sticks, craft ones preferably, a little bit of glue and a can with a funny monster with googly eyes as a face of it.

**17.Â ****Off The Grid**

It is similar to Snake and ladder, without the snakes. Print a sheet of 1-100 numbers on them, and you will require two dices. One will be with numbers from 1-10 and other with SUBTRACTION or ADDITION on different sides.

Kids will roll both the dices together and do subtraction/addition based the what they roll.

**18.Â ****Beach Ball Math**

Bring the fun of a beach ball inside your home. You will require a beach ball(multi-colored) and a permanent marker. Mark different areas of the ball with different numbers.

Toss it into the air and see which thumb touches when the child catches it. Note down the number and have him/her toss it back to you. See which number lands on your thumb.

Ask your kid to add or subtract from the number.

**19.Â ****Popcorn Maths**

Teach your kids addition and subtraction with the fun popcorn game. Get a popcorn box, two-color papers, and a marker.

Write down symbols of addition and subtraction on one color. And numbers on other colors. Keep them on the difficulty which is comfortable for the child to understand. Get a piece of sheet and start playing.

**20.Â ****Uno Flip**

You will need cards from your Uno car pack, a bunch of post-it notes, a paper, and a pencil/marker.

Write down symbols of plus, minus, and equals to on the paper. Ask the kid to choose one card and one by yourself. Ask him/her to solve the sum in question.

**21.Â ****Roll a Six**

It is a fun group game suitable for kid’s birthday parties. Divide the kids into groups of 4 or 5.

You will need one piece of paper, a die, and one pencil. Students will need to sit in a circle.

Let a child from a group roll a die. If they roll a 6, tell them to start writing numbers from 1-100 on paper. The next student in line will take turns rolling the die, and whoever gets a 6 will take over from the person to continue writing till 100.

There is no substitute for practical learning. Help kids learn simple addition, multiplication, and subtraction on the fingers, not there but froggy green gloves.

You will need a pair of gloves, colored is preferred. An A3 paper and a marker will suffice. Fold-down the fingers to count the sums on the fingers of the gloves.

**23.Â ****Fraction Art**

Kids should learn about shapes, symmetry, and fractions at the early age. They are easy to understand and fun when taught correctly.

Fraction art will require different colored papers. If you don’t have colored documents at hand, ask the kids to paint them and add a fun element

Please fold the paper into circles, squares and make different shapes to teach them.

**24. Frog CountingÂ **

Count the number of frogs and teach your kids the count to 10. All you need is a set of 10 frogs that can be made at home with paper.

It is ideal for toddlers who are learning the words right about now.

**25.Â ****Carrot Crunch**

Teach the kids counting with a transparent container, two dices, and a carrot crunch poster, which can be downloaded from the tutorial site.

Let the kids roll the dices and keep dots on the carrots as they progress further.

It is a group game for playing with many kids. Each kid will need a die, sheet, whiteboard, and a maker.

The game involves rolling the dice, announcing the number out loud, and the kids recording the number on the sheet. Continue playing the game until 1 number wins the game.

**27. Rain Gauge**

Kids love rain. Why not use it to teach measurements of rain itself, with a simpleÂ *rain gauge *made at home.

All you need is a 1 litre empty bottle, tape, marker and a scissor. You can measure the amount of rainfall in rain gauge in mm, cm.

**28.****Â Cover It**

This game also involves a die. Children roll the die and cover the number on their piece of paper(with names printed/written on it).

The first one to cover all 13 numbers wins the game by default. There is a play for 2nd and 3rd place if more than five are playing the game.

**29.Â ****Dunk it Dominoes**

This is a fun game that kids love to play. The game requires dominoes, cups with 1-9 labeled, a piece of paper, and a marker.

Pick the domino and perform the sum mentally. Kids can take the help of a paper to do the sum. Then dunk the domino into the right cup with the correct answer.

**30. Sort Your Money**

Get 50-60 different coins of denomination 1-10s, whichever is available in your area. Wash them properly and let them soak.

Then get a cup. Tell kids to throw them one at a time. Add them sum as the denominations are thrown into the cup.

**31.Â ****Flip 10**

A joyful game for kids to learn to add numbers to make it a perfect 10. It involves a deck of cards from the standard set of cards.

The game can be played by 2-3 players at once. You can create groups of kids if more than eight are involved playing the game

**32. Maths Bingo**

This is a very cool math game which is popular amongst kids. It helps the kids learn and strengthen their mental math. It is a group game, suitable for 2-10 kids at a time.

Maths Bingo is similar to Bingo but with an added twist for kids. Instead of calling numbers like- “C8” or “B21”, you will call out simple math equations.

The children will have to do the calculation in their head and blurt out the answer. The participant with the most number of correct answers at the end of the game will be the winner.

**33. Guess My Number**

It is a guessing game, suitable for 2-15 kids to play together. The judge shall pick a number between 1-100 and let the kids guess the number in like “Is it a multiple of 5?”, “Is it an even number?”.

The game is a fun game to play with kids whose basic multiplication and the knowledge system of the number system will improve.

**34. Pass the Ball**

The game requires only a ball to play. Write down a list of simple math questions that can be answered by doing mental math.

Make kids stand in a circle. The kid who has the ball will be asked a math question. If he/she answers it correctly, they pass it on to the next person.

After every round of questions, a kid will be “out,” In the end, one kid will be the winner.

**35. Math Baseball**

Just like baseball, there will be three bases in Math Baseball. Each base will have questions of varying difficulty.

Two teams shall be divided, and they will choose which base they want. Then the judge will ask them math questions from that base.

Answering correctly will earn the team a point, and three consecutive correct answers will make them a home run, equal to 3 bonus points.

**Middle Primary Math Games**

**36.Â ****Multiple Tic Tac Toe**

Let the kids learn multiples of different numbers with the classic game of Tic Tac Toe. You will need a die, an A3, or a couple of A4 sheets.

Roll the die, write the number rolled in the star. On the next turn, multiply by the factor of the previously rolled number. Three numbers in a row, striking through, is a winner.

**37.Â ****GO Fish**

The number of players required will be two or more, and a standard deck of 52 cards.

The “dealer”(which should be you) will hand out 5-7 cards, depending on the number of players.

Players will request each other cards to make a complete set(such as Four Eights, or all Four Queens), without showing their cards to other players.

**38. Zap It**

You will need chapsticks or regular craft sticks. Write down simple sum questions on them and put them in a bowl.

The player will take out a stick and solve the question written on it. The correct answer will earn the player a stick. Winner will be decided based on the most number of sticks a player possesses.

**39. Greedy Pig**

A six-sided die, scrap paper, and a math book will be required for this game. The organizer will roll the die, and kids will jot down the numbers while adding them to get a total. It is amongst the most fun and easy math game for kids to play at home.

Every time a six is rolled, each player will be asked to share his/her total. It will be checked. The player whose total is incorrect will be given +1, while others will be given +5 points.

**40. Maths Fat Race**

First of all, divide the kids’ group into a few teams. Provide a grid sheet to each side.

A simple math question will be yelled out by the organizer, and one player from each team will run to the grid sheet. They will write down the answer after doing the calculation. Each correct answer will earn a point.

**41. Maths Bingo**

Create bingo cards with multiples of numbers 1-9 written on each of them. Hand them out to kids.

Yell out questions like “5×7” and let kids calculate the answer and check if they have the card with the correct answer.

**42. 101 n Out**

The goal is to reach 101 points as quickly as possible. Divide the group of kids into two teams. Hand each side a die and a piece of paper.

Let kids take turns in rolling a die. Suppose if one team rolls an 8, give them the option to either keep the number of multiplies it by the next rolled number by their side.

**43.Â ****War n Math**

You will need those deck of cards containing 52 cards, and don’t forget to remove picture cards from them. It is a game suitable for two kids.

All cards are dealt face down, and neither player looks at them. Both deal one card each. The first one to multiply and come up with the correct answer earns 1 point.

**44. Grid O Multiply**

All you need is a sheet of graph paper, pencils/pens of different colours, one pair of dice and an eraser.

The game can be played by 2-4 players. Let the player roll the dices together and multiply the numbers. Write them down on the graph paper. Answer them correctly and colour the boxes.

The player with the most coloured boxes wins the game.

**45. Mind O’ Multiple**

The game can be played, 2-10 players. The organizer has to yell out a number with many possible multiples.

Let the players earn one point for each correct answer multiple. You can also ask kids to write down the multiples instead of blurting it out if causing a commotion.

**46. Bouncy Sums**

You will need a beach ball, labels. Write down integers, decimals, or fraction questions on each label.

Stick them to the ball. Hand the ball to a student. The label which is touched by the index finger shall be the question for the kid to answer.

**47. Vroom Division**

Create a set of division questions. In a rapid-fire manner, ask division questions to kids alternatively.

The first one to reach a specific point of the final flag wins the game. You can add difficulty by providing confusing options to increase difficulty.

**48. Square Root Race**

Prepare a list of square roots of upto 30. Hand them to the kids beforehand. Ask them to memorize them by heart before the math game starts.

Test their knowledge by asking them square roots of random numbers(upto 30), and whoever answers the maximum number of square roots correctly gets to be the winner.

**49.Â ****The Decimal Game**

The decimal game involves a chart that makes the kid guess the decimals’ values after subtraction and the addition of questions.

It is a fun game involving 2-4 children. You can also create*Â fill in the blank*Â type questions for kids to get hints.

**50. Eureka**

Another great mental math games to play with kids. First of all, set a number, and give the number of integers that the player must add to reach that number.

The player has to use only those numbers of integers to add up and reach the number announced.

**51.Â ****Pyramid Solitaire**

A fun math game that tests the ability of kids to add and subtract quickly. You will require a full-deck of standard 52 cards.

Create a pyramid on a flat table and start playing it by choosing different rows for addition, subtraction.

**52. Joe GeometryÂ **

Ramp the fun with your kids and help them learn geometry using only their hands.

Ask them to make different shapes, angles only with their hands. Make up teams for playing with complicated shapes.

**53. Sweet Math**

You will need a couple of m&m packets that should be handed out to each kid. Let the younger ones count the number of candies while older ones can take out the ratio of different colours.

**54. Veggies Weigh In**

Stack up different fruits and vegetables on a table. Line them up in an ascending order.

Ask the kids to guess the weight of different fruits and vegetables. Keep a weighing scale to confirm the importance.

Kids with the closest approximation earn a point for each fruit or vegetable.

**55. Meter Dash**

Hand each student a meter stick, a sheet of paper, and a pencil. Ask the kids to measure 3-5 things in a room, hall where you are playing.

Let them measure, record the length of each thing and note down on their paper.

Then tell them to convert the meters lengths into cm, and in decimals.

**56. Build the Numbers**

A large group of kids can play the game. Hande one die(with six to nine sides) to each pair of kids, one sheet of paper. Tell kids to leave blanks of 3-9 digits long number

Pre-decide whether the highest or lowest will win the game.

Let the kids roll die on their turn and write down the number in the blanks. Keep rolling the die until all the blanks are filled.

Compare the numbers and decide whose number is the bigger one.

**57. Odd n Even Hop**

You will need chalk, big space for movement, and a pogo stick. Write down even and odd numbers on the floor with the chalk. If you don’t have a pogo stick, it can be played by jumping with one leg as well.

Announce “even” or “odd”. Let the kid judge which number is odd or even and hop on it with the pogo stick.

Primary level maths has multiplication, which will come in handy for the later parts of a child’s education.

Create a house with chart paper and different colours. Write down answers inside with questions the paper flaps that can be opened.

Let the kids open one of them after taking a guess of the answer to the question on the paper door.

This game is specially designed math game for 4-6 graders. It teaches about perimeter and area to the child.

You will need a graph paper, different coloured pencils. Write down the numbers vertically beside the sheet for 1 sheet, which will denote 1 cm for each block in the graph.

Teach kids to multiply fractions by using this exciting and intuitive game. Print out the game boards as provided, game markers and game cards(cut out from the printout).

Draw a game card from the material and let them figure out the answers. Be sure to teach them a little bit about fraction multiplication beforehand.

**61.Â ****Divide Whole Numbers by Decimals**

Divisions is a nightmare for many kids when decimals appear on the paper in a division question.

Print out the charts, and cut out puzzle shaped numbers. Start playing with more straightforward questions, before moving notching up the difficulty.

Fractions can be challenging to use in maths. Teach subtraction by an interactive game by involving pies and wheels.

Print out the charts containing pies and wheels. Cut them out in circular shape and let the division begin.

**63. Fraction Cookies**

Another fun fraction game is Fraction Cookies. The game will help the kid get familiar with fractions without the fear of math. Bake sugary and yummy cookies in a circular shape.

Cut the cookies into different slices of varying size such as 1/8, 1/4,1/2, 1/5, 1/6, and so on before baking them. Bake them and take out the final dish.

Pan out different sizes in different disposable plates. Write down the fraction on the plate on top. Teach fractions to the kids as they go munching delicious cookies baked by you.

**64.Â ****Place Values Chart**

Learning place values is essential for a higher level of maths. Place values charts can be printed, and the boxes below is filled with numbers.

Let kids guess the place value of each number while you hide the top part of the chart. After the guessing game, reveal each place one by one.

**65. Perimeter Zoo**

Practically teach perimeter with the help of Lego bricks or other building blocks available with you.

Build a different kind of houses, objects and let the kids measure the perimeter with a scale.

**66. Ratio Master**

The game is played with larger group kids, divide into small pairs for playing the mathematical game of ratios. Teams are handed out different ratios written on bingo cards.

They have to arrange them in ascending, descending order according to the judge’s call. The first team to arrange the ratios in the proper order wins the game.

**67.Â ****Uno with Maths**

Uno is our number one go-to game while traveling. Usually, a player calls “Uno” while playing their last card.

However, there is a twist that involves a scoring system for playing with addition, subtraction for kids.

Engaging math games that are fun to play in groups. Preparing the puzzles is a hectic work but totally worth the hassle.

Kids will need to put the pieces of online puzzles by solving equations, questions posed by the judge. As more and more problems are solved, the mystery will start to take shape.

**69. Multiplication Dice War**

Use two six-sided dice to play the game of multiplication. Roll the dices together and multiply the numbers to arrive on a product of the rolled numbers.

The person who reaches a specific number of correct products of multiplication will win the game.

You will require a scratch paper, a set of dice. It involves matching the place value, which is predetermined.

The player needs to roll three dices(for focusing on hundreds of places) at once and build a number with it.

For example, if the rolled numbers are 6, 7, and 9. Then the number will be 697, and the nearest 100s will be 700.

**Upper Primary Maths Games**

**71.Â ****Estimating Game**

The estimating game involves judging the reasoning and judging a group of objects. You will need 2 kids to play the game, 2 x 10 sided die, a printed copy of the playing board and a calculator.

**72.Â ****Partitioning**

Partitioning is about dividing the numbers that can be added to arrive on a final number in addition.

A chart needs to be printed or drawn, which can contain any tiny animals in 100 counts. It will be used to partition numbers and then after added to arrive on a sum.

Virtually all kids love drawing. It is a fun activity that lets the artist in the munchkins let the creativity flow in infinite directions.

Draw simple shapes like circles, rectangles, triangles, etc. to draw different objects such as cars, house, etc.

**74. Factors and Multiples**

Find all the elements and multiples in a given range, such as 1-1000. Yell out a number, such as “5” and let the kids find the most number of factors and multiples within a stipulated time.

**75. HCF Finder**

List down a few numbers, such as 8, 12,20 and let the child find the HCF of them. If more digits are involved, then use HCF calculators suchÂ this oneÂ to keep track of the correct answers.

The game can be played as a group activity as well, involving paper sheets and pens.

**76.Â ****Geometric Origami**

Origami is a Japanese art of paper. Combine it with math, and you get a fun way to learn both the things.

Create different shapes of Origami and name them with a marker. Teach kids different origami shapes and then ask them to create different shapes.

Keep your created origami shapes in front of them to assess the creation.

**77.Â ****Over the Hill**

You will need a couple of dices, an A4 sheet of paper and a marker.

Create a hill of multiples of a number in ascending order. Keep rolling the die until the number on the chart is rolled. Colour the number and keep rolling the die.

First to reach the number hill’s top wins the game.

**78. Dates and Exponents**

Each date is unique, and it can be used to teach exponents to the kids. For instance, take 2-4-16, which turns as: 2 is an exponent of 4, which is, in turn, an exponent of 16.

Find such dates with kids and let them guess the exponents.

**79. The Great Chain**

It is a group activity involving 4-12 kids. Make the kids stand a line, next to each other.

Choose one kid, and tell him a number. Then say the next number to the next kid in line, and ask him to quickly both the numbers under 5 seconds.

The next kid in line gets a number which he/she has to add to the previous sum and give the answer.

The person who fails to give the correct answer under 5 seconds is out. The game will continue until 1 player remains.

**80. Dough Geometry**

This game will require play dough and matchsticks. Teach different shapes to kids with practical teaching.

Ask kids to make different shapes and use matchsticks to make complicated shapes.

**81.Â ****Magic Triangle**

Magic Triangle is a game involving a triangle with numbers on them. You will have to arrange numbers in such a way that the sum of numbers on one side is equal to the sum of numbers on the other side.

**82.Â ****Dice and Multiplies**

You will need two 12-sided dices and two 4-sided dices for this game.

Roll the 12 sided dices together. Suppose you get 8 and 4. Therefore, it is 8×4=24. This is your target number.

Now, roll the 4-sided dices together. Roll as many combinations to achieve the product( 24 in this example).

**83.Â ****Math Cube Riddle**

It involves a riddle of maths where kids will learn about cubes with a riddle.

Print the printable riddle, grab the scissors, cards, and tape or glue.

Make cubes out of the printed sheets and write down cubes on each of them of a number.

**84.Â ****Problem Solvers**

A standard deck of 52-cards are required to play this game. Each player will get 5-7 cards each.

A target number is set, say 100. Each player draws all their cards and start making combinations of multiplication, addition, subtraction and division to get as close as possible to the target number(100 in this case).

**85.Â ****Card Solvers**

Another game involving a full deck of cards. You will also need a paper, pencil/pen for each player involved in the game.

Each player gets 5-7 cards. All players draw their cards and start building the most number equations using subtraction, addition, division and multiplication.

The player who gets the most numbers with the created equations receives a point in each round.

**86. Guess my Number**

The game can be played with two or more players involved. Let one kid think of a number in his/her mind and tell her to not reveal it to others. Set a limit on the number of integers that can be used to arrive on the number.

Let other players guess it using different operators like addition, subtraction, etc.

**87. Number on my Plate**

This game is played while going on a car, bus drive. The player has to keep on adding the numbers appearing on the vehicles passing by.

For instance, a plate that reads MH12 DB6581 will have the sum as 1+2+6+5+8+1 = 23. This game will help improve mental maths of kids.

The game can be played for subtraction as well.

**88. Beat That**

The game requires two 6 or 8 sided dices. A player rolls both the dices and multiplies the numbers rolled.

Then after, he/she challenges the next player to make a larger number and beat that.

**89.Â ****Tapes n Angles**

Teach different angles to the kids with the least amount of material, stationery required. All you need is a scotch/normal tape.

Stick it on a table, and let the kids take it forward. Draw right angle to get the ball rolling.

**90. Leaf Geometry**

Get any leaf from the nearby tree. Place it on a graph paper and trace the outlines.

After that, observe the symmetry of the leaf and compare it with other leaves by outlining them on different papers. It will help provide perspective in graph paper and drawing in general.

**91. Water Percentage**

Fill a water bottle to the brim. Mark 10 points on the bottle from bottom to the way up.

Let each point denote 10%. Teach kids on the examples of percentage in real life by adding or reducing water from the bottle.

**92.Â ****Mean Median Mode**

Learning basic statistics early on provides a head start to the child.

Play game of mean, median and mode with the printable chart, and a 4-sided die. The cards are cut into shapes for playing on a table.

Play with one child or more, with provision for multi-player.

**93.Â ****LEGO MMMR**

We all have LEGOs or other similar building blocks for kids. Use them to teach mean, mode, median and range to children.

The study of the LEGO blocks will denote numbers for calculating as MMMR.

**94.Â ****Match It Math**

You will need sticky notes, threads, pins, and a marker to play this game.

Prepare two rows of notes, one will have simple math questions, while others have the answers to them. The twist will be that the answers will be in random order in the row.

Kids will match the answers to the question with a thread.

**95.Â ****Detective Angles**

This game costs virtually nothing to prep. All you need a piece of paper and a pen/pencil. Go out for a stroll with the child and let them observe different angles in different objects, things.

You can find angles in old photos as well if going out is not in the equation.

**96.Â ****Math Facts Baseball**

Roll a die, pick a base. Rolled numbers will be added and then added to theÂ *runsÂ *tally.

Each team will play one inning each and the winner will be the side with the most runs at the end of the game.

**97. Geometry Vocab**

Teach geometry shapes with the help of colour shapes. The name is written on the backside of the shape.Â

The set of cards containing different shape’s names can be found in the tutorial itself.

**98. Fract’O Wheelie**

The game involves writing fractions on a circular paper, shaped as a wheel.Â

Another wheel has different fractions.

Add a mark on the board between the two wheels. You pin both the wheels on board and twist them together. When the wheels stop, the fractions on the mark can be divided, added, subtracted or multiplied, depending on the organizer’s call.

**99. Rice it Up**

Let the child dig into the bag of rice and take out a handful of grains. Tell him/her to count them and then multiply with the current time on the clock.

For instance, if the grains are 110 in number and the time is 3 o’clock in the after then 3×110=330.

**100. Crumble the Paper**

Use waste paper and make tiny balls out of it, lots of them.

Add a scale of points with one point on the scale being half a metre away from the bin. Farther the distance, more than points.Â

Each unsuccessful throw into the bin will prompt a math question solution, and the successful throw will earn tasty treatsâ€”a great way to get the homework done.Â

**CoolMathGames FAQs**

**What are the top 10 Coolmath games?**

The 10 best coolmath games, sites and apps are

- Cool Math Games
- Math Playground
- Khan Academy
- multiplication.com
- BYJU’S
- Toon Math
- NumberDrop: Hard Math Puzzles
- Orixo
- MathGameTime
- Threes!

**Are Cool Math Games blocked?**

No, cool math games is not blocked or shut down. Flash player was shut down but now all the games have moved to alternatives and no longer needs flash support.

If your school or your country blocks cool math games you can use a VPN to unblock the site. Earlier Montgomery County Public Schools blocked cool math games as they thought it did not provide proper benefits to students.

**How To Unblock Cool Math Games?**

To unblock cool math games you can use a VPN, or try opening one of these sites coolmathgames.com or coolmath-games.com

**Is chess a mathematical game?**

Chess is all about maths. You need strong mathematical and logical reasoning to be a pro in the game of chess.

**Over to You**

Prepping the cool math games out to shape out the way so that kids like it is a hectic task. Do not hesitate to take the help of YouTube for preparing some online games that require elaborate setup.

Use alternatives of expensive stationery, toys whenever possible if it fits your budget.