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Free Beginner Maths Games

You can play and practice some of our age 6 to 7 topics with any one of our 10 maths games. Choose a game to get started.

Great games can be a great way of reinforcing maths for young learners. Interactive games introduce excitment and competition into the learning mix which can particularly suit some boys who are resistant to other learning (or teaching) methods.

Great games can be a great way of reinforcing maths for young learners. Interactive games introduce excitment and competition into the learning mix which can particularly suit some boys who are resistant to other learning (or teaching) methods.

The games must be easy to understand and play without long explanations or pages of rules - simple games can be just as exciting as more complicated ones as long as they are well designed.

Screenshot of The frog flies game for learning and practicing beginner maths online

Our maths games are designed to be both simple to understand and quick to play. They are suitable for both school pupils and home-educated children and are designed to be played by individual players learning or revising maths. The games are primarily based on answering questions either using the keyboard or multiple choice - this is done in a variety of ways in the different games.

All our games are available online and are free to use with all our topics - that is well over 17,000 question / answer pairs that are at the core of any beginner maths course. Our games are accompanied by maths lessons and tests to provide a vital free resource for maths learners with limited (or no) budget. The details for each game are given on their own pages.

How to use our maths Games

Free Maths Games screenshot of games for beginner

Click on the name of a game to go to that game page with the topic you have selected. On the game page there are instructions on how to play the game in addition to a chance to change the topic you want to play with. All our beginner maths games are quick to play and easy to understand. You need to have seen the maths you are going to play with before you play the games, either at school or using our own beginner lessons.

Mix and match

A child's playroom needs tidying up - put the question blocks into the correctly labelled box to score points and clear up the room.

Simple game with nice graphics suitable for children as young as four. No leaderboards for this game.

Four in a row

Win 4 cells in a row by matching the cell's questions to the correct answer from a list of possible answers. A quick game you can work through in a minute.

Also good for hearing the audio for all the maths in the topic. No leaderboards for this game.

The frog flies

Use your keyboard arrow keys or tap your device touchscreen to control the frog and catch the flies. Avoid the birds! Answer the questions to win points - you have 5 seconds only...
Scoring is based on speed and the number of correct answers. Fast game...but it can be paused!

Duck shoot

Fairground themed game where you use the catapult to fire balls at the rows of ducks crossing the screen. Each round has more ducks and they move faster. Answer a question after each round to win extra points.

This is not a timed game.

The beetle and the bee

You control the beetle with the arrow keys or by tapping a touchscreen. Navigate the obstacles and catch the strawberries to answer questions to win points. The bees will sting and reduce your health.

Timed game with leaderboards.


This is our version of the classic early computer game "Breakout" ( itself a development of the even earlier "Pong" game - we prefer that name ) where a player controls a bar that knocks a ball or puck around the screen.

Cat and mouse

You control the cat with the arrow keys or by tapping where you want it to go - some of the mice are white and you need to catch them - catching white mice gives you questions that can win you points.

Avoid the red balloons but hit the blue ones. Timed game.

Sow grow

Test your maths skills by clicking on the right answer for each question - correct answers win sunflowers.

The aim of the game is to fill the vase with pretty flowers - high scores leaderboard and bonus points available.

Rock fall

Test your reaction times with this short sharp game of reflexes and a bit of mathematical knowledge or skill - click / tap the rocks to break them and stop them hitting the road.

Only 4 questions & -10 points for each wrong answer.. leaderboards available.

Choose or lose

You see a set of questions - for each question you are offered 2 to 4 similar answers but only one of them is a correct. Click the right answer to win points but ... you only have 10 seconds.

Good game if you want to concentrate on the maths. Best scores leaderboard available.

Future Games

We intend to develop many more games for Free Maths Games - if you would like to suggest a game, please use the contact page to let us know your ideas.

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