Who Needs Free Math Fun for Kids?
What have you been up to during this time of staying at home? I've been working and teaching my 6 year old daughter. Whilst this is my normal routine... I realize that it's a bit of a challenge for some of my fellow entrepreneurs who may be experiencing this homeschool thing for the first time. I came across this amazing free resource for math games for parents, teachers, or anyone else in need of entertaining math tools and I thought it would be nice of me to share... so here you go!
There are tons of games to choose from these are a few of our favorites so far.
Math Speed - You little fox has 3 lives and loses one with each wrong answer or unanswered multiple choice answer. This game helps with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
This game is easy and super cute! What I like best about this is its simplicity. It's a great confidence booster. The little fox is adorable.
Educational Math 4 Kids
Educational Math 4 Kids No multiple choice here! You can select from addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Then you can work with units (1-9), tens, hundreds, or thousands. You have a choice of horizontal or vertical format. My daughter likes the classroom setup and small human as teacher.
Correct answers 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.
Math For Kids Game
Math For Kids Game - Do not let the cuteness of this game fool you! It's harder than it looks at first glance. This multiple choice game helps with visual learning by showing these cutie patootie cartoon animals which must be counted and then added, subtracted, multiplied, or divided. The operations are all mixed together and it's pretty fast paced with 2 minutes to play each round. Incorrect answers contribute to your accuracy score displayed at the end.
This one is my favorite for Brennan so far.
There are so many games!
I am still exploring. There are puzzles for kids (and adults!) Sudoku is one of my all time favorites and has been since the days when I was selling tickets in the movie theatre box office and using the one from the newspaper and printed books. How far we have come... There are free, curated (safe!) activities for kids in one website. There are also word puzzles and matching games along with the maths.