How good are you at maths?
Are you good with numbers and are your maths skills unrivalled? try one of our maths games and see how well you can do without using a calculator. Add, subtract, multiply and divide and calculate all the answers in your head with these fun maths games!
We like these games:Make Me 10, Supermarket Count, Boogie Numberland, Sweet Sevens, Sevens With Jim Evans, Matt vs Math, Cut It, Mobile Sudoku, Numbies, 2048 Bricks
Make Me 10 is a fun numbers game! Begin by pairing up the numbers that add up to 10! The further along you go the trickier it gets. Don’t let the circle of numbers get too full or you will lose the game!
In this arithmetic game you’re in the supermarket. Pick the right blocks and add up all the numbers to arrive at the target amount. The target will change after each combo, so stay alert!
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Count to 7 by adding up the numbered candy blocks. Can you fill the little monster's belly? You can use two or more pieces of candy. Exchange the bonus candies when you run out of ways to make 7.
Try to select the right dice to make seven each turn. Can you get lots of consecutive combinations and score a high multiplier bonus? Roll the spare dice when you run out of combinations, but be careful because you only have 20 free rolls!
In this math puzzle game you start with easy and short sums. The sums will soon get longer though. Can you solve them before you run out of time? Good luck!
Cut the wood into the indicted number of pieces. You only have a number of cuts you are allowed to use. When you are done, all the pieces of wood must be the same size!
Play a fun game of sudoku and fill in all the numbers from 1 to 9 correctly. You can choose what level you want to play. Fill in the numbers right away, or make notes of the remaining options.
In Numbies you win the game by having a higher score than your opponents. Can you pick the Numbies that result in the highest score while forcing your opponent to pick up negative Numbies and lower their score? The Numbie you pick determines which row will be played next. Play this multiplayer game with online players from all over the world, and challenge your Facebook friends to a game too!
Move the top bricks of the towers around and stack the bricks in the right order. Add up the matching numbers until you have 2048.
Can you add up all the numbers to make 9? Make sure that at the end of the level you have only nines left. Can you finish all the levels?
Add up the numbers by sliding the boxes up against each other. You can only add identical numbers though! Can you get a 2048 box?
Help the number ninja sneak up on the other numbers and throw the right maths symbols at them to defeat them. Use the other numbers to come at the right number to exit the level.
Are you good at maths? The aliens are coming, but keep a cool head. The only way to defeat them is by solving the sums floating over their heads! Can you do it?
In this game you have to cut up all the wooden planks for the carpenter. Can you get all the measurements right? Look carefully!
The puzzles in this game are made up of a bunch of overlapping unfolded dice. Some numbers between 1 and 6 are already given. Can you figure out the correct position of the other numbers?
In this maths game you have to get to 10 in each level using the different number blocks. Can you push the right blocks into each other. Use all the blocks to get make 10 the outcome.
Drop the blocks and play away all the numbers. For each hit, one is subtracted until nothing is left. Don't let the blocks stack up too high!
Solve the puzzle. Drag the pieces to the place marked with the right answer to the maths questions shown at the bottom of the screen. The questions are all multiplication questions. If you're not sure about your answer it can help to study the puzzle piece.
Can you solve all the maths questions? You will have to choose the right symbols to make the sums work. For each question choose between addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Add up the numbers in the grid until you get the number ten each time. Make sure you don't go over ten or you lose the game. Mostly you will have to add numbers up, although there are some small subtraction sums too.
Add, subtract, and multiply the numbers to get the right answer. Can you connect the right numbers?<br/>
Blue = Add up<br/>
Red = Subtract<br/>
Yellow = Multiply
For a whole minute you will get a number of sums to solve. Work them out quickly and key in the correct answers. How many will you be able to solve within a minute.
Play away the bees. You have to stop them from attacking your farm by solving the sums and typing in the right answers. Can you do it?
Solve the little sums to change the caterpillars into butterflies. For each correctly answered sum a caterpillar grows a little bit more.
Shoot the numbered marbles out of the line before they reach the end. Add up to 10 to knock the marbles out. If the marble in your cannon is 8, for instance, shoot a 2. If you have a 3, shoot a 7. Add up to 10 each time.
Can you solve all the sums? Select the right numbers from the grid and put them in the right box. Submit your answers when you have made all the formulas work.
Fill in the numbers and solve the puzzle. Numbers can't occur more than once per line or column, and they must all add up to the numbers displayed at the head of each column or line. Can you do it? Hover your mouse over the numbers given to see the sum options.
Can you count the cubes that come falling down? Some might be partially or entirely hidden behind and under other cubes, so look carefully and type in the right number each time.
Can you guess all the words? Look carefully at the clues and figure what the hidden word is. In the Roman bonus round you have to write out the numbers in Roman numerals.
Try to connect all of the shapes at the corners by enlarging them. There's a limit to how far they can expand, though. And the moment they touch they cannot grow bigger either. Can you figure this puzzle out?
Can you help Noah build the Ark? Look carefully at the numbers alongside the grid. They show how many blocks should be filled in. Can you work your way through the entire grid and figure out where all the blocks need to go? Look carefully!
Think carefully before you click. try to solve all of the tests and score a big amount of IQ points. Look carefully though, before you start!
Run through the prison and grab all of the coins. At the end of each level is a gate. You can open the gate by solving a number of maths puzzles. Can you do it?
Can you solve all of these little puzzles? You'll have to look carefully at the images and at what happens when you click on something. If you really get stuck you can always consult the HINTS menu to find the solution.
Swap the blocks to form smart sequences and use your skills to defeat the Vikings! Will you be able to select the right blocks to trade and pick up to build a good tower.
Try to solve all of the number puzzles. Can you figure out where to put the lines to connect the right numbers? Play Classic Hashi now!
Try to complete the five brain training games. You can take these five tests at different levels too. Can you solve them at a high difficulty level? Give it a try!
Ski through the level and try to get down the slope. On your way some sums will appear. Give the right answer to the sums to move on down the slope.
Link up all of the numbers. Link two numbers of the same value. Each number can travel the amount of blocks displayed on it to reach a matching number. So if you have a 4 block, a matching 4 block should be the 4rth step taken. Colour in the right blocks to colour in the pixel picture.
Add up the right cards to get a score of the number displayed below. It doesn't matter how many cards you use, as long as you get up to the right number. Count well and try to play away as many cards as you can.
Are you a sharp shooter at math? look at the sum at the top of the screen. Do you know the answer? Quickly find it among the numbers below and click on it as fast as you can. Test your skills here!
Move the blocks with the numbers around so that they touch and vanish. You will have to count carefully and move the numbers into the right spaces. Good luck!
Colour in this fun picture of Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Donald Duck and his other friends. If you go over an area with the mouse a sum will appear. The answer to the sum will show you what colour paint to use. Have fun!
Use the red square to collect all the numbers. Depending on the order in which you collect them the numbers will be added or subtracted. You have to try to set the count down to 0 with the last number.
Can you get all the sums to make sense? Fill in the blank in the sum with the appropriate symbol. Should you add, subtract, multiply or divide?
Beat your opponent to finding the treasure. You can play against the computer, or choose your own opponent. You can play it with two players if you want. Answer the maths questions correctly and climb up the mountain.
This game is a little bit like tetris, except instead of making rows you have to make rows of three blocks whose numbers add up to 7.
Hit the numbered bubbles of the same colour in this bubbles game. For every hit the number in the bubble decreases by one. When it reaches zero the bubble pops. You have to fire all the bubbles, but don't let them hit the spikes!
Try to hit the number or numbers closest but equal to or below the number you've got in your coin shooter. That way your investments will be of most worth.
Are you good at math and solving small puzzles? Then try this test. You can take the test again to try and beat your personal best.
Play all kinds of fun mini games. The points that you get for playing the game will be added up and count towards reaching a new level. For every new level you reach you will unlock a new game!
Move around all of the dots in the field in order to lay out all the lines so that no line crosses another. Can you find out how to unravel this knot of lines?
How much money will the farmer make when he sells his eggs and apples? Can you multiply and add up all the numbers correctly? Give it your best shot! Good luck!
In this stacking puzzle you must help the mice build a tower of cheese that runs from the lowest numbers on top to the highest numbers on the bottom of the stack. Try to finish your stack before your opponent's stack is completed.
In this fun puzzle you have to stack up the tins offered by the monkey. Make a stable tower with the highest numbers at the bottom and the lowest at the top. Stack your tins more cleverly than your opponent does. For numbers that follow upon each other stacked in the right order you will receive bonus points.
Add em Up is a game for people who enjoy maths. Place the numbered tiles in the right positions on the board so that the surrounding tiles add up to the number you just played. When a number is over 9, only the last digit counts. Check the How To Play tab for a quick tutorial and enjoy!
Perform some high speed arithmatic in TwoThree. Shoot the numbers with twos and threes to reduce them exactly to zero. Beware of the bigger numbers. They take longer to shoot down.