# Maths Games

Maths games (math games) which make learning fun! You'll find a great collection below which will help to reinforce early math skills - some of them easier, some harder for older children. We've got printable games and games you can play online, too.

## Battleships Instructions

Battleships is a fun game for developing logic and deductive skills and practising coordinates. You can draw your own grid or scroll down for our printable version of the ever-popular Battleships game.

How to play:

Here's a fun way to practise addition of two numbers up to 12, using 2 normal dice and our game board with colouring pencils or counters. You can try this as a single player game against the clock, or as a multi player game.

## Counting Jars Game

Here's a really simple idea which is fun to put together and fun to play with. You can play with the jars in many different ways, making is suitable for a wide age range too. Perhaps older kids could make the game for younger siblings?

## Easter Multiplication Bump

Multiplication bump is such a fun way to "drill" the kids on their times tables, without them knowing that they are being drilled! There is one game board in this printable for each of the times tables, so you can choose the ones you are working on.

## Farmyard

The more hands-on practice young children have with counting, the easier it becomes to visualize numbers and give meaning to them. This farmyard game makes early learning fun!

This game is played between two players, who compete to colour in the most footballs!

The aim of this fun game is to colour in the pumpkins! Roll two dice, add them up and colour the correct pumpkin. Compete against the clock or a friend.

## Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear is an ideal introduction to dice games for very young children. They can learn to count the dots on the die and begin to recognise the patterns on the die by looking for the matching pattern on the teddies.

## Ten Down

ItÂ’s possible to make a game out of basic maths drills, and this game does just that! As you are making your own dice you can tailor this game precisely to the age and level of your child.

## Throwing Fists

This traditional Chinese game can be played by 2 players or quite a large group. It develops quick thinking, addition and logic skills - but it's also fun!

Watch Your Step is a fun educational maths game which helps to teach your child simple number bonds. Each player will need two coloured counters. You will also need a die and a copy of the board below to play this game.

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