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# Printable Math Games

Explore printable math games, including number puzzles, board games, memory games and more.

For intereactive math games that you can use on your computer or interactive whiteboard, visit our SMART Board Math section and our Promethean Flipchart Math section.

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• Practice number recognition (to 12), graphing and cooperation with this fun "fishing" activity.
• A simple game to review the names of various polygons. Print several copies and have students race in pairs.
• Place value chart game (hundreds).
• Chart and pieces for place value game.
• Place value chart game with decimals.
• Not really magic-- just math fun! Numbers should be inserted so that rows, columns, and diagonals all add up to the same sum. Solve the two squares 4 different ways
• A fall theme and addition/subtraction review are creatively combined.
• Students use turkey-shaped cards (numbered 1-20) to make addition and subtraction equations. Instructions included.
• Students use star-shaped cards (numbered 1-20) to make addition and subtraction equations.
• Make fractions fun with these two math games. Includes game board and scoring sheets.
• Students determine the pattern, then follow the pattern to complete a grid and play a game.
• Students determine the pattern, then follow the pattern to complete a grid and play a game.
• Students determine the pattern, then follow the pattern to complete a grid and play a game.
• Using teacher-created dice, students use this simple game to practice multiplication with factors between four and nine.
• Turkey shapes hold numbers from 1-30, as well as plus, minus, multiplication and equals signs. Great for making a November calendar or for playing math games. Four to a page.
• [member-created with abctools] Practice multiplying by 2 by matching equations with answers with these fun flash cards.
• Who has 2 tens and 5 ones? Develop listening skills, practice numbers 1-99, and practice tens and ones place values with this all-class game.
• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-99 with this place value game.
• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-99 with this place value game.
• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-999 with this place value game. Includes hundreds place and numbers up to 999.
• "I have - Who has?" Practice the numbers 1-999 with this place value game. (Includes hundreds place and numbers up to 999).
• Matching numbers to pictures.
• Students write multiplication problems (with sums up to 40). When the answer to the problem is called, they cover the square. A fun variation on a popular favorite.
• "I have... who has...?" Place value math game. Includes thousands place and numbers up to 9999.
• multiple purpose squares for number practice, computation, and games.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 18.
• "I have... Who has?" with addition up to 25.
• "I have three quarters... who has 85 cents?" Practice combinations of single coins (quarters, dimes, and nickels) with this all-class math game.
• "Place a TRIANGLE at 2,4." Place the colorful pictures (included) in this simple (5x5) grid by following the the correct co-ordinates. This grid game is great for developing early map skills and shape recognition, and for practicing following directions.
• "Place a TRIANGLE at B,4." Place the colorful pictures (included) in this simple (5x5) grid by following the the correct co-ordinates. This grid game is great for developing early map skills and shape recognition, and for practicing following directions.
• Practice addition and subtraction to (or from) 100 with this simple board game.
• Practice addition and subtraction to (or from) 100 with this simple board game.
• "I have three tens... who has \$45 dollars in three bills?" Practice combinations of bills (ones, tens, twenties, and fifties) with this all-class math game.
• Match the math problems (with sums to 15) to the answers to win the game.
• Match the math problems (with sums to 15) to the answers to win the game.
• 25 cards, each with equations with sums up to 18. The calling card has the sums.
• Thirty questions for a game illustrating place value to ten thousands. Children read the number they have and ask who has another number. May use with abcteach's Place Value Ten Thousand Tally Chart and Game Pieces.