## Trivia Talent Search!

Photo credit: If you think you have what it takes to be a trivia master, play Know it All! This game asks trivia questions related to the following categories: English, Math, Reading, Science, & Social Studies. The first one to 1,000 points wins!

## Math Bee

Photo credit: TeachMe, Inc. Math Buzz is a fun game for practicing pre-k to 8th grade math skills like arithmetic (adding, subtracting, dividing, & multiplication), estimating, fractions, decimals, pre-algebra, and algebra. Disclaimer: The artwork makes it look like this game is for a young audience, but the 8th grade math problems are challenging for those […]

## Math Muncher

Photo credit: TeachMe, Inc. Math Muncher is a fun game for practicing pre-k to 8th grade math skills like arithmetic (adding, subtracting, dividing, & multiplication), estimating, fractions, decimals, pre-algebra, and algebra.

## Snow Sprint

Posted Posted in 4th & 5th Grade Math, Math Games

Photo credit: Arcademics Students can practice multiplying fractions while playing Snow Sprint. Correct answers give a player’s snow mobile more power and a chance to win the race.

## Firing Factors

Photo credit: Coolmath.com LLC. Subtraction Blast is a fun game. The pace of this game is too fast for someone who is just learning about subtraction, but it will help students think about the factors that make up a number. As a player fires the numbers two and three at the incoming numbers, their total […]

## The Quest for Math

Photo credit: roomrecess.com Room Recess has developed Math Quest and Math Quest 2 to help students understand math facts, problem solving, & reading comprehension. Save

## Zombie Math

Photo credit: MathGames by TeachMe, Inc. Zombie Math allows students to practice math skills from pre-K to 8th grade. I did not include this game with pre-K and Kindergarten math, because of the zombies. However, 1st graders can practice earlier skills with this game, if they wish.

## Rullo

Photo credit: Akkad Rullo is a math puzzle game where players must add 5 or more numbers in each row and column to add up to the sums noted. Each equation requires very specific numbers to correctly complete the puzzle.