Our directory of Free Arithmetic Games available on the Internet  games that teach, build or strengthen your arithmetic (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication) math skills and concepts while having fun. We categorize and review the games listed here to help you find the math games you are looking for.
Play these games to improve your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills. We have added more free arithmetic games that can be played on PCs, Tablets, iPads and Mobiles.
Free Arithmetic Games Online  

Fun Arithmetic Games  Addition Worksheets  Subtraction Worksheets 
Multiplication Worksheets  Division Worksheets  Math Worksheets 
Defeat the Math Monster
Select Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Divide. If you get all 15 answers correct, you will destroy the math monster and collect the ancient Mayan treasure. As you get closer, the monster becomes more and more angry and changes color. Be careful though, if you miss three or more, you become lunch for the math monster!
Ultimate Speed Math
Choose Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Divide and the numbers to be used. See how many questions you can answer in the given time.
War Pretzels
Use your math power to win the pretzel arm wrestling tournament.
The Golden Path
Choose Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Divide. Play the role of a frog that must hop to the other side of the pond using lily pads labeled with math problems. Students must evaluate the math problems on two, three, four, or even five connected lily pads and must direct the frog to hop on the lily pad with the math problem that yields the greatest answer.
Becoming Lord Voldemath
Choose Add, Subtract, Multiply, or Divide and solve the math problems to become the master.
Order of Operations
Answer as many order of operation questions as you can in 2 minutes.
Tackle Math Ball
Rumble down the football field by answering addition and subtraction problems in a given time.
World Cup Addition
This addition activity will help you get ready to play World Cup Math.
World Cup Subtraction
This subtraction activity will help you get ready to play World Cup Math.
World Cup Multiplication
This multiplication activity will help you get ready to play World Cup Math.
World Cup Division
This division activity will help you get ready to play World Cup Math.
World Cup Math
Play in the World Cup and learn addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Bowling Pin Math
Knock down the bowling pins that meets the criteria of the Math problem.
Mathbrain
A series of 25 games with 8 levels of difficulty.
Speed Math
Test your speed in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Adders
This simple game helps you practice remembering basic arithmetic functions  addition facts, subtraction facts, multiplication facts, and division facts.
Addition Facts 
Addition Facts 
2 digits + 1 digit 
2 digits + 2 digits 
3 digits + 3 digits 
4 digits + 4 digit 
1 digit + 1 digit 
2 digits + 2 digits 
3 digits + 3 digits 
4 digits + 4 digits 
5 digits + 5 digits 
Chain Addition 
Chain Addition 
Chain Addition 
Chain Addition 
Chain Addition 
Chain Addition 
Specify your own conditions for addition
Subtraction Facts 
Subtraction Facts 
2 digits – 1 digit 
2 digits – 2 digits 
3 digits – 2 digits 
3 digits – 3 digits 
4 digits – 3 digits 
4 digits – 4 digits 
2 digits – 1 digit 
2 digits – 2 digits 
3 digits – 2 digits 
3 digits – 3 digits 
4 digits – 3 digits 
4 digits – 4 digits 
Specify your own conditions for subtraction

Mixed Multiplication Facts (1 to 5) 

Mixed Multiplication Facts (1 to 10) 
Specify your own conditions for multiplication
Mixed Division Facts (1 to 10) 
2 digits ÷ 1 digit 
3 digits ÷ 1 digit 
2 digits ÷ 1 digit 
3 digits ÷ 1 digit 
3 digits ÷ 2 digits 
4 digits ÷ 2 digits 
Specify your own conditions for division
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 
Order of Operations 

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problem and check your answer with the stepbystep explanations.
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