# Kindergarten math games

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Kindergarten math games. Get inspired and try out new things.

### Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant saved to 1st Grade

### Math games are a fun way to for kids review math skills in kindergarten and first grade. Play these classic games with a deck of card or dice at home or in school. The games practice number recognition, number sequence, addition, subtraction and more. Kids in 1st grade and 2nd grade will have so much fun, they won't realize they are learning! #MathGames #KindergartenMath #FirstGrade Math #PrimaryDelight

Vanesa Wong saved to TpT Math Lessons

### A collection of dozens of the best math games using a deck of cards - great for Kindergarten through high school! Organized by math topic to help you find what you need! #mathgames #mathcardgames #math #homeschool

Sherrell Combs saved to "Do the math, honey!"

### Subitizing made easy with this easy-prep printable game. Just add dice and counters!

From the Pond saved to Math Activities K-3

### WOW! Over 70 FREE Kindergarten math games! These are a great way to practice math as the hands-on activities help learners devlop math fluency.

Aina Rana saved to math games kids

### Number sense includes writing numerals and representing numbers in different ways. The Spin to Win Trace a Number activity is a fun way for your students to practice writing the numerals for numbers 1-10. Students spin a number and trace the matching number. The game ends when all the numbers have been traced. A colorful game mat, as well as a worksheet version, are included in the Counting 1-10 games packet.

### One of the trickiest concepts for Kindergartners to master is a deep understanding of the numbers 11-20. While they may be able to count all the way to 20 (and usually very proudly and enthusiasticall

### Subitizing, being able to quickly identify the amount of objects in a group, is a very important skill for early learners.

Kirsten Schoener-Krzanowski saved to MATH

### Math games are always a class favorite! They're great for centers, homework practice, and small groups. This set of games includes five monkey-themed math games that your kids will love! They might even go bananas for it (tehehe)! Doubles, place value, addition, and more. Each game comes in color and black & white. You can grab them HERE. I hope your kids love them!

Krisha Smith saved to guided math