Happy National Library Week! Since the physical library is closed during National Library Week, I’ve put out a new batch of freebie books on the back porch. If you’ve been itching for some new reading material, go take a look! It’s a beautiful day for a walk.
Also today, I’m bringing you a bagful of fun math games. A patron wanted some help looking for resources on fractions and decimals, so I did a little web searching and came up with some fun math links for every age. (Remember, you can always contact me with any topics you’d like help researching.)
For the younger crowd, PBSKids has a great math games website. The games are cute and engaging, and for those who know the characters, there’s an extra incentive. (You don’t need to know the characters to enjoy these, however.) Highly recommended!
This site has games for grades preK through 5 in multiple subjects, as well as worksheets, activities, songs and more. Right now, it’s free to join, and you’ll get access to some stellar content.
This site has just over a dozen free games, but each lets you choose the grade level and math skill.
Created for kids in grades Pre-K through 8, Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy.
Like the name implies, this site is filled with free math games – everything from addition to spatial relations to calculus.
A free online math games site. Founded by a middle school math teacher, Hooda Math offers over 350 Math Games.
Math Game Time
Designed for students from pre-K through 7th grade, Math Game Time offers fun, educational games focused on critical math concepts.
Games to play related to logic, number skills practice, geometry, algebra, probability, fractions and more. There are also math word problems and video instructions to help students remember how to solve them. You can find games by grade or math skill.
Have fun and stay well,