Kids just wanna have fun. So when it comes to learning math, free math games for kids are pretty cool! Games help make learning more enjoyable. And if it’s enjoyable, we won’t have any problem getting them to learn math.
Driving Into Division
Grade Level: 4-5
Skill: Division of 3 and 4-digit numbers by 1 and 2-digit numbers
Number of players: 2-4
Object of the game: Be the first player to reach the finish line by recognizing correct and incorrect answers.
Preparation: Click to print off Game Board
1. All players place their game piece on START. Players roll the die, and the person with the highest number begins the game.
2. The first player rolls the die and moves forward that number of spaces. Then he reads the line that matches the number he rolled.
3. If the line tells the player to do something (such as go back 2 spaces), the player follows the directions. If the line gives a math problem, the player writes the problem on his paper and solves it. For example, if the player rolled a four, he would move forward 4 spaces and solve 428 ÷ 2. He tells if the answer on the game board is correct or incorrect. (This one is incorrect.)
4. Someone else checks his answer with the calculator. If the player is correct, he stays on that space until his next turn. If he is incorrect, he goes back to the space where he began the turn, and that turn is over.
5. Each player follows in the same manner.
6. The game ends when one player reaches END with an exact roll of the die or from a line of instructions.
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Math is a very important skill, one which all students will need for the future in our technological world. We should encourage our children to think of themselves as mathematicians who can reason and solve problems.
The free math games for kids we provide on this site are a great way to reinforce skills taught in the classroom. With the many games to choose from, students can be involved in selecting which games they would like to play. This gives them a sense of ownership of the games.
There are math games for just about every math concept kids learn in school. Students can also play the games with their parents. Parents will enjoy this as it gives an opportunity to help your child an be involved with what your child is doing at school.
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