# Mathville.com - where kids love math!

These are our**newest**math games, beginning with the most recently added.

For a complete list, pick "All Math Games by Grade" above.

## Fun Math Learning Games

Make math magic by measuring angles with a protractor.
4th Grade | |

To defend the castle, understand and estimate angle measurement.
4th Grade | |

Shop and pay using dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
2nd Grade | |

Fluently multiply within 100 to paint a mystery pixel picture. 3rd Grade | |

Fluently add and subtract within 100 and get ready to make change for a dollar. 2nd to 3rd Grade | |

Know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers to sink baskets in this timed shootaround.
3rd Grade | |

1st GradeIdentify and compare Canadian coins to pay at the grocery store. | |

Create code to sequentially move a car from one location to another.
1st Grade | |

Give directions for moving a car from one location to another in a fun pre-coding activity.
1st Grade | |

Sink enemy ships if you understand an integer as a point on the number line. 6th Grade | |

Catch coins in your piggy bank as you count coins up to $1.00. 2nd Grade | |

Recognize half and quarter partitions of a circle and understand that they can be combined to make a whole. 3rd Grade | |

Skip count by 2s, 5s and 10s to leap from lilypad to lilypad across a pond. 2nd Grade | |

Know from memory the products of all single digit numbers to race through a slalom course. 3rd Grade | |

Count to tell the number of objects and to answer "how many?" to knock down 10 pins. K - 1st Grade | |

Count from 1 to 20 drawing lines from number to number to reveal a mystery picture. K - 1st Grade | |

Count forward to 20 beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1)
to create a mystery picture. K - 1st Grade | |

Count up to 50 starting at any number less than 50 to make a mystery picture. 1st Grade | |

Count up to 120 starting at any number less than 120 to make a mystery picture. 1st Grade | |

Skip count by 2s or 5s to make a mystery picture. 2nd Grade | |

Skip count by 10s to make a mystery picture. 2nd Grade | |

Add and subtract within 20 to make a mystery picture. 2nd Grade | |

Add and subtract within 100 without regrouping to make a mystery picture. 2nd Grade | |

Add and subtract with regrouping to make a mystery picture. 2nd Grade | |

Identify triangles, rectangles and squares as parts of a composite shape; recognize partitions of rectangles into equal shares,
using the words half, third, and quarter. 2nd Grade | |

Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication: Use addition to find the total number of
objects arranged in rectangular arrays with up to 5 rows and up to 5 columns. 2nd Grade |

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