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Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division

Math Boy

Math Boy.

Math Boy - learn addition, subtraction, multiplication or division by solving equations that fight off monsters. Fun and easy with cute graphics, allowing students to learn one math operator at a time or practice multiple in conjunction.

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SinalGame

SignalGame Math Game.

SinalGame - game where students must select the correct mathematical operator to complete an equation to reach a given result.

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True Number Operator

True Number Operator.

True Number Operator - speed-based multiple choice game which asks for the solution to an equation.

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Crazy Math Game

Crazy Math Game.

Crazy Math Game - quickly select the correct answer to an equation from 3 options. The game is fast-paced and starts with addition before moving on to subtraction, multiplication and mixing between all 3 options.

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Quick Math Practice

The Highest.

Quick Math Practice - Players type in the numbers to shoot monsters falling from the sky. This game is best played with a number pad on a keyboard or the touch screen as it is fast paced even at the normal / beginner level to where clicking on numbers (especially with a mouse) is too slow when some of the numbers are negative. The beginner level only has numbers listed on each monster, but more difficult tiers add in math operators including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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Maths Test

Maths Test - A/B speed-based math quiz game where a single incorrect answer ends the game. The easy mode shows addition equations whereas the hard mode can also include subtraction, multiplication & division.

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Math Speed

Math Speed Game.

Math Speed - a fox has 3 lives with each wrong answer or unanswered multiple choice answer leading to a lost life. This game helps students learn addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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Educational Math 4 Kids

Educational Math Game for Kids.

Educational Math 4 Kids - this game helps students learn addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Players can learn using 1 to 9, 10s, 100s or 1,000s. Answers must be manually entered, whereas many other quiz-based games are mutliple choice. Clicking the question mark moves formulas from horizontal to vertical. Results must be entered from left to right, which is easy for smaller results, but could be a bit challenging for some children with larger numbers while doing long division.

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Kids Math Quiz

Kids Math.

Math Quiz - multiple choice game similar to either of the above games, but runs at a fairly slow speed which is welcoming to beginners. Beautiful use of colors. Incorrect answers take time off the time meter while correct answers add time.

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Solve Math

Solve Math.

Solve Math - Game which asks players to create the forumla which arrives at a given solution to a problem.

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Math For Kids Game

Math for Kids Game.

Math For Kids Game - multiple choice game which helps kid learn visually by showing animals they must count to then perform mathematical operations on. Players have 2 minutes to play and incorrect answers to not end the game nor lower the player's score, though count against the game's accuracy rating.

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Multiple Choice Math Quiz

Math Quiz.

Math Quiz - multiple choice game similar to either of the above games, but runs at a fairly slow speed which is welcoming to beginners.

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Arithmetic Game

Arithmetic Game.

Arithmetic Game - select the operator which correctly solves the equation.

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Math Game for Kids

Math Game for Kids.

Math Game for Kids - Multiple choice selection game where players have up to 3 seconds to pick the right answer. The speed makes the game quite difficult compared to most other games in our colleciton.

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The Operator

The Operator Game.

The Operator - fast game where students must quickly solve math problems.

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Tap the Operator

Tap the Operator.

Tap the Operator - fast game where students must quickly click on the operator which correctly completes an equation.

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Zombie Number

Zombie Number.

Zombie Number - practice any of the 4 most common math operators individually or all of them as a group.

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Mathematic

Mathematic.

Mathematic - true or false math quiz game using the 4 most common operators. The symbol used for division in this game is : and some of the division answers can lead to long decimals which can take some time to verify, making the game somewhat challenging

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Math Bee

Math Bee.

Math Bee - practice any of the 4 most common math operators individually or all of them as a group.

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Memory Math

Memory Math Card Game.

Memory Math - Memory matching card game for kids where they remove numerical cards from the playing field by pairing up a number with another card that has that many dots on it. Players can select levels where they do basic matching or match the results of math equations using common math operators

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Addition

Feed Math

Feed Math Game.

Feed Math - feed a boy sushi by adding 2 numbered dishes. This game is cute, fun and easy. Time is replenished after each round, though after a dozen or so round the numbers start to get larger, making problems progressively harder.

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Math Plus Puzzle

Math Plus Puzzle.

Math Plus Puzzle - Click on two or more blocks to add up to the number shown on the screen. Three different game modes to choose from: classic, accuracy & break. This game is good for kids who are beginning to learn addition.

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Math Nerd

Math Nerd Game.

Math Nerd - speed based addition completion game.

This game is somewhat difficult due to it's speed, which keeps counting down from round to round.

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Math Pop

Math Pop.

Math Pop - Pop balloons to add numbers until a set goal is reached.

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Math Balls

Math Balls.

Math Balls - click on balls to add up to the specified number. When you click 4 or more balls a power ball is dropped which blows up many balls. This game is quite fast right off the start.

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Wooppy

Wooppy.

Wooppy - click on the moving balls to add up to the specified number. The game has three modes: easy, medium and hard. Even the easy mode is quite difficult as the balls move exceptionally fast and the game is over if you go above the specified number.

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Grocery Cashier

Grocery Cashier.

Grocery Cashier - this game familiarizes students with addition and making change on cash purchases. Shoppers can use gift certificates or cash to pay. If the gift certificate is larger than the order amount no change is given while change is given for cash payments above the order amount. Players must make change by clicking on bills and coins in the cash register. The following denominations are used $450, $10, $5, $1, 50¢, 10¢, 5¢, 1¢. Games are timed, so data must be entered quickly.

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Count Fingers

Count Fingers.

Count Fingers - players are given 60 seconds to count how many fingers are shown on the screen. Fingers and thumbs that are fully extended count as fingers, while those that are not do not get counted. Any incorrect answer ends the game.

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Guess How Many

Guess How Many Game.

Guess How Many - Game where players have to quickly estimate how many animals are shown on the screen from a list of 4 options at the bottom. The game is quite quick, so one tip for doing well is there are at most 5 items per row, so you can multiply the row count by 5 to get a quick estimate

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Numerical Basics

The Highest

The Highest.

The Highest - a game where the user clicks on the highest numbered ball out of a collection of balls.

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Number in Order

Number in Order.

Number in Order - players must click balls in increasing or decreasing order as specified by the instructions at the bottom of the screen. In some cases instructions also state to only click even or odd numbers, helping players familiarize themselves with even and odd numbers.

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Math for Kids

Math for Kids.

Math for Kids - children can use this web app to count the number of animals which appear on the screen, choosing between a limit of 10 or 50. Learners can also select to learn addition, subtraction or multiplication with limits at 10, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000.

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Complete The Sequence

Complete the Sequence.

Complete the Sequence - click on bubbles to complete a pattern of numbers. This game has 3 levels of difficulty, but even hard is quite easy. The hardest it gets is using negative numbers and skipping a couple numbers in a pattern sequence.

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Mathball Roll

Mathball Roll.

Mathball Roll - physics-based game which asks players to roll balls toward even or odd containers based on the number on the ball.

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Guess the Number

Guess the Number.

Guess the Number - students learn numerical range and half splitting using this game where they guess a number between 1 and 1,000, with the ability to adjust their guesses after each subsequent round narrows the numerical range.

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Math Up Down

MathUpDown.

Math Up Down - players see one number at a time and must quickly slide it up if it is higher than the previous number or down if it is lower than the previous number.

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Addition and Subtraction

Dux Math

Dux Math.

Dux Math - This game has players click on the number that corresponds to the solution to an addition or subtraction equation. Players can select between addition or subtraction and easy and hard modes for each. Playing instructions are available in English, Spanish & Portuguese.

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One Plus Two

One Plus Two Game.

One Plus Two - quickly answer the equation by clicking on 1, 2, or 3. The timer resets after each level, though the equations quickly grow more complex, forcing one to do calculations faster.

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Quick Math

Quick Math.

Quick Math - Players are shown a number of equations and have to click on whichever one is correct.

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Number Maze

Number Maze.

Number Maze - Move the green box toward the blue box while counting down to zero as you get to the blue box. Each box may only be scrolled over once on your path & moves must be up, down, left or right. Diagnal moves are not allowed. While this is also a logic or puzzle game, it is great practice for quickly adding or subtracting numbers and makes learning them fun. The game offers easy and hard modes.

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Multiplication Games

Multiplication Tables

Multiplication Tables.

Multiplication Tables - Players fill out the multiplication tables by selecting the correct numbers from the bottom of the screen. When the tables are filled in players click the [done] button on the right side of ths screen.

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Table Under Pressure

Table Under Pressure.

Table Under Pressure - Multiplication game where a fire lights a bomb if time runs out. Players can select a max number to use in calculations and must manually enter the result of each calculation.

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Logic-based Math Games

Get Twelve

Get Twelve.

Get Twelve - Touch related number blocks to remove them from the board and create a block using the subsequent number until you count up to 12.

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Math Plus Pro

Math Plus Pro.

Math Plus Pro - addition game where students move the cursor around a box of numbers until all boxes show the same number.

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CalcuDoku

CalcuDoku.

CalcuDoku - What sodoku would be if it also included math operators.

Sodoku-inspired game which requires using each number once per line and the correct math operators to solve the puzzle.

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Sumagi

Sumagi.

Sumagi - Scroll over numbers to add up to a target goal number. Game settings allow for 3 to 10 rows and difficulty levels from baby to master.

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Master Sudoku

Master Sudoku.

Master Sudoku - Game offering hints and puzzle completion features along with the following difficulty levels: easy, medium, hard, very hard, insane, inhuman.

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Ultimate Sudoku

Ultimate Sudoku.

Ultimate Sudoku - Sudoku game offering beginner, intermediate and advanced levels. When you highlight a field it shows the related fields & when you enter a number into a field it shows the other boxes using that number.

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2048 Cuteness Edition

2048 Cuteness Edition.

2048 Cuteness Edition - Cute version of the popular math puzzle game 2048 where number pieces add together and double when scrolled together.

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Stone Merge

Stone Merge.

Stone Merge - This game operates a somewhat similarly to 2048 with a few major differences. When numbers are ran together it adds one number to the stone versus doubling it. Stones at the top of the stack or stones with an empty slot next to them can be lifted up and then carried over and up or down to other stones of the matching number.

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Connect Merge

Connect Merge.

Connect Merge - Game similar to 2048 where you can connect pieces up or down, left or right, or diagonally. Another big difference between this game and 2048 is you can connect more than 2 pieces at a time & when you do it will remove all other pieces except the end piece. When connecting multiple pieces together you double the value of the original number on a piece even if you connect 3, 4, or 5 pieces together. For example, if one connected the 3 32s in the middle column of this picture along with the 32 at the right side of the bottom then the resultant number would still be 64.

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Tendo

Tendo.

Tendo - Include dominoes pieces in blocks on the playing field to add any row or column to 10. When a column or row reaches exactly 10 the pieces are removed from that column or row.

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Burn Matches

Burn Matches Game.

Burn Matches - Add and/or subtract matches as directed to solve equations in this 20-level game.

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Reorder

Reorder.

Reorder Numbers - Shuffleboard puzzle game where players place numbers in sequential numerical order on a 3x3, 4x4, or 5x5 grid.

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