Numbers and Counting
This collection of colorful games facilitates interactive learning.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation provides a kid-friendly counting game with colorful pictures.
Beloved children’s character “The Count” helps young children count sheep in an engaging video.
This counting game is ideal for kindergarten-age children.
Make the number larger than the hacker’s machine, but watch out: the hacker is a trickster!
Play the classic game Connect Four with a mathematical twist.
The games on this page work on building multiplication skills for younger students.
A BBC decimals game uses a CGI animated video.
This decimals game builds on skills developed in the decimals workshop, also online.
Use the “decifractor” to instantly turn fractions into decimals; guess the results before they appear for a challenging game.
These fractions-themed games cover addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Learn to add fractions in this engaging Shockwave-based game from the Family Education Network.
Build a sand castle by knowing your fractions.
In this game, you can create your very own graph.
Use these games to practice your skills with bar graphs, picture graphs, Venn diagrams and more.
This government-managed website features many kid-friendly educational games about counting coins or bills and adding them up.
For educational activities, look to the Themint.org, an educational website backed by the American Library Association.
This worksheet is designed to help students practice counting coins.
Over 30 videos about coins and counting help elementary-age children learn.
A free downloadable application lets young children practice coin counting skills with flash cards.