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**Elementary math games** are great for getting kids excited about math. * * So if you're a teacher or parent, we make it easy for you to * teach your kids math in a fun way* with lots of elementary math activities!

** "New" Magic Squares Game**: Elementary math students will love this Magic Squares game. They'll be building addition and problem-solving skills and having fun at he same time!

**Feed the Factor Tree Game**: Here's a fun game that helps students get familiar with factor trees, prime factors, as well as build their multiplication skills.

**Checker Board Subtraction game**: Check out out new checkerboard math game for practicing *sub**traction facts*!

**Checker Board Multiplication**: If you love the classic **checkers** board game, you'll love this*checkers game with a math twist!* This one is helps the kiddos with *multiplication facts*.

**Graphing Games**: Teaching kids about graphing and ordered pairs the fun way with this activity. Just print the game grid and grab a pair of dice, and you're ready.

**Rolling More or Less**: Here's a great math game for 2 to 4 players. Helps kids using *greater than and less than*, as well as *addition facts up to 6 + 6*. Print off the game cards and get started. Player who earns the most game cards is the winner!

**Math Bingo Game**: Kids will enjoy learning with Math Bingo. You can choose the math topic that your students need to learn and tailor the game to that.

**Elementary Classroom Math Games**

**Are you an elementary school teacher...** *looking for cutting edge elementary math games and activities*
to liven up the classroom and awaken the math bug in your students?
Click the above link for a variety of classroom math activities for kids
all in one place. Once you click over *you can share your favorite math goodies that work well in your class*.

Be the first player to put all 50 coins back in the bowl. All you need is to print off the subtraction flash cards and pennies for each player and you're ready for some subtraction facts fun!

Here's a fun elementary math activity that helps build skill in **adding and subtracting two and three digit numbers**.
It's a two-player game for grades 2-3 or anyone needing practice with
addition and subtraction. You can print off the game cards me right
from your computer.

*Grade Level: 3-4*. Practice **multiplication facts through 12 x 12** with this math game that's great for elementary schoolers. The first player to flip over all of their answer cards wins!

Have you multiplied any 2 any 3-digit numbers lately? Monkeying with Multiplication is a free board game you can print off from your computer. Good for grades 3-4. See who can be first to reach the finish line by recognizing correct and incorrect answers.

Need a good game for practicing division? Here's a race car division math game that's fun and helps kids build skill with **dividing 3-and 4-digit numbers by 1 and 2-digit numbers**. Just print off the game board and you're ready to ride!

You've probably heard of word search puzzles, but what about equation search. This is a great elementary math activity that you can tailor to the particular math skill you are teaching.

Here's a math game that will give students a look at probability. They game is played with a pair of dice. Players take turns rolling the dice and adding their rolls trying to be the first to reach a reach a predetermined total.

You'll
find the main probability math games page here. Check out the
probability games page. Students will get a chance to learn what *probability* is and how it works and play games that relate to it.

Have you tried solving tangrams? This is a fun hands-on activity kids can do while learning about geometry at the same time.

*Elementary Math Games Are Cool!!!*

**Math Baseball Games****Homemade Elementary Math Games**

Homemade
math games are great because they are fun and they engage your child's
math skills. No need for a computer or expensive things to buy. You
can create these simple math activities **with common materials you have around the house.**

Use this place value chart helps students understand how place value works.

Understanding Place Value can be a little tricky for some children to grasp, although others pick it up intuitively. Either way, it's a very important math concept they need to know, otherwise any kind of arithmetic is going to be extremely difficult. Click the link above for elementary math activities that make place value fun.

Get them used to counting money in a fun way with these interactive activities. They'll enjoy learning about money while having fun at the same time!

Kids like to play board games so throwing a little math into the game board mix is great for building math skills. You can make your own board games for little or no cost.

Here's a few math games that can be played using an ordinary deck of cards.

Most of us including children learn better when we not only see it or hear it, but when we actually get to touch it. Hands-On Math activities are one of the best ways to help students to get a firm grasp of mathematical concepts.

This
link will bring you to a few different games to practice math facts.
One is an irresistible activity you can use with your elementary
schooler to send messages in “secret code.” Another is *subtraction war* with a deck of playing cards.

1st Grade Math Games | 2nd Grade Math Games |

3rd Grade Math Games | 4th Grade Math Games |

Addition | Subtraction | Multiplication |

Division | Fractions | Decimals |

Money | Place Value | Geometry |

If you like these elementary math games, there are also elementary math activities on the printable math games page.

**What should my Child be Learning in Elementary Math?**

We want to provide you with as many fun elementary math games as possible to make math a fun learning experience for every student. In addition to elementary math games, good old fashioned free elementary math worksheets are a great learning tool as well.

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