Our collection of Number Math Games available on the Internet - games that teach, build or strengthen some 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.

Number square, Even and Odd numbers, Prime and Composite numbers, Number line games, Types of numbers, Number sequence, Compare and order numbers, Number properties and Number Worksheets. We have added more free, online number games that can be played on PCs, Tablets, iPads and Mobiles.

Factorization Forest Prime Factorization, exponents, multiplication | Computation Castle Exponents, Place Value, Fractions and more. |

123 Puzzle 123 Puzzle is a number quiz where you have to proof your skills. Find the number sequence or pattern. | Number Balls Click on the balls in order from smallest value to largest value. Be careful with the negative numbers! |

Find the Target Numbers Find the target numbers in the number square | Paint the Squares Paint the Squares Number Charts is an interactive way to explore number patterns such as odd and even numbers, counting in multiples from times tables and ten more and ten less. |

Helicopter RescueHelicopter Rescue is a mental maths game with different sized number charts and it is designed to help you to identify and work with numbers up to 100. There are four game modes: Find a Number, Find the Number Between and Count On and Count Back. The game works well on an interactive whiteboard. | Maths FishingPractise your multiplication skills while catching fish. The game not only covers times tables but also doubles, squared and cubed numbers. |

Hit the ButtonQuick fire questions on number bonds, doubling, halving, times tables, division facts and square numbers against the clock. | Higher or lowerHow good are you at ordering numbers? Lots of examples to try from simple ordering numbers to 10 to fractions, decimals or negative and positive numbers. |

Catch a StarLook at The Moon. If it says 'odd' you need to catch only odd numbers. If it says 'even' you should only catch even numbers. Every 30 seconds or so The Moon will change. Move the chimney to catch the numbers. | Number Ninja: Odd or EvenNumber Ninja - Odd or Even is a fun way to practice identifying odd and even numbers. Act fast and use your finger or mouse to slice the target numbers in half! Earn extra points by slicing multiple numbers at the same time! |

Odd Even Game Decide whether a number is even or odd. You can specify the range of numbers. | Coconut: Odd or EvenCoconut Odd or Even is a maths game which can help you to identify odd and even numbers. Recognising odd and even numbers is an important concept in learning to count in Key Stage 1. |

Fruit Splat: Odd and Even Splat the odd and even fruit. There are three levels of difficulty: 1-10, 1-20 and 1-100 | Carroll Diagram: Odd and EvenSort numbers on these Carroll Diagrams by odd or evenm by place value or by more or less than a given number. |

Pick the PrimesAfter pressing the Start button you have to click (not drag) the fruit with prime numbers written on them. There are six prime numbers on the tree. The others are composite numbers. When you have picked the six prime numbers click the Check button. The timer will then stop and you can collect your trophy. If, by mistake, you click on a number that is not prime the game ends and all the fruit will fall off the tree. You will then be better able to try that level again and achieve a fast time. | Number Ninja: Prime NumbersNumber Ninja - Prime Numbers is a fast-action way to practice factors. Act quickly and use your finger or mouse to slice numbers and reduce them to their prime factors. Do not slice a prime number! Slice multiple numbers at the same time to get combo bonus points! |

Math Boxing Prime Composite Indicate whether a number is prime or composite | Number Ninja: Prime NumbersNumber Ninja - Prime Numbers is a fast-action way to practice factors. Act quickly and use your finger or mouse to slice numbers and reduce them to their prime factors. Do not slice a prime number! Slice multiple numbers at the same time to get combo bonus points! |

Prime and Composite numbers Indicate whether a number is prime or composite | Prime Numbers up to 100 Click on all the prime numbers from 1 to 100 |

Line Jumper Jump onto the correct position on the number line | Place Number on the Number LineDrag the flag to the correct position on a number line. Lots of choice over level, including whole numbers, negative number and decimals. Can be used to teach place value, approximation skills, and reading varying scales. |

Add and Subtract on a Number Line Add and subtract near multiples on a number line. Develop mental methods of addition and subtraction by adding and subtracting a multiple of 10 or 100, and then adjusting. | Compare Numbers on a Number LineCompare numbers on two different number lines and decide which is bigger. A great game to get children thinking about reading varying scales. Useful teaching resource on an interactive whiteboard. |

Classifying NumbersDrag and drop the numbers into the most appropriate group: Multiples, Fractions in Lowest Terms, Perfect Squares, Rational Numbers, Prime Numbers, Real Numbers, Irrational Numbers, Whole Numbers, Integers | Classify NumbersSelect numbers for the given category: Whole numbers, Natural Numbers, Integers |

Prime Numbers Click on the bubbles with Prime Numbers | Square Numbers Click on the bubbles with Square Numbers |

Composite Numbers Click on the bubbles with Composite Numbers | Even Numbers Click on the bubbles with Even Numbers |

Odd Numbers Click on the bubbles with Odd Numbers | Improper Fractions Click on the bubbles with Improper Fractions |

Number Sequence The goal of this game is to complete the number sequences. 60 math puzzles to solve in all | SequencesFind the correct number in a sequence. Lots of choice over level, count forwards or back, count in whole numbers, multiples of 10, multiples of 100, decimals and fractions. |

Number Trains Make a train by sequencing the numbers on their carriages. The numbers are represented in a range of formats: words, numerals, dice dots or counting frames. The levels progress in difficulty. | Blast Off: Numerical Order A fun elementary computer activity for kids to use at home or at school. Children practice number sequences by arranging numbers in ascending order. Numbers are presented in sets of ten, and the difficulty can be adjusted by selecting a level before playing. Help collect all of the space rocks and become the hero this space city needs! |

Compare Number Values Comparing Number Values is an educational game for kids to practice greater than, less than, and equal drills. Players can choose to practice comparing whole numbers, fractions, decimals or all of them combined! Get five in-a-row correct to play the bonus game! Race your car and try to collect odd or even numbered coins. Have fun! | Ordering Cards Arrange each set of 3-digit numbers in order from least to greatest. |

Top It! Place the cards in the place value table to get the largest number. | One False MoveOrdering of whole numbers, integers and decimals |

Compare objects within Ten This game involves working with a set of problems on counting; using objects to compare groups which helps young learners solidify their understanding of the concept. This game requires learners to work with numbers within 10. | Compare numbers within 100The hero wants to climb the ropes and break the bricks by selecting the biggest and least numbers. Are you ready to help him? The game provides learners with opportunities to work on a set of well-designed problems, enabling them to practice more on the concepts of comparing numbers. The student will compare numbers within 100 in this game. |

Complete the ComparisonNudge your child towards mastery in numbers with this super fun game. Students' struggle with comparing numbers is often attributed to a lack of adequate practice. Timely and effective practice with a focus on fundamentals will help your child become more proficient in comparing numbers. The game consists of incomplete comparison statements and by solving them, the students develop fluency with the concept of comparing numbers. | Compare Numbers on a Number LineCompare the numbers on two different number lines and decide which is bigger. A great game to get children thinking about place value and reading varying scales. |

Greater than and less than Everybody gets confused with their greater than > and less than < signs. Here is a small game to help you remember which is which. | Counting Caterpillar Put the numbers in order to change the caterpillar into a butterfly. You can select the range of numbers. |

Compare Numbers 2 Compare numbers using the greater than, less than and equal symbols. (3 levels, up to 1,000,000,000) | Comparing Numbers Compare the two numbers and choose the correct comparison symbol. |

Ordering Cars Click the cars in ascending order or descending order. | Higher and Lower Order the numbers. (You can also choose objects, words, integers, fractions, decimals, or time) |

Order Numbers 1 Place the numbers in ascending or descending order. (3 levels, up to 10,000). | Order Numbers 2 Place the numbers in ascending or descending order. (3 levels, up to 1,000,000,000) |

Properties Match-Up In this activity you will do one of two things. You will either match the addition and multiplication properties with the definitions or examples of the properties, or you will match equivalent expressions that demonstrate the distributive property. | Math Properties and Definitions In this hangman-style game, players must guess the letters in the given hidden word or phrase. The words and phrases are those of math properties. |

The Number Properties Game The Number Properties Game is created to help students develop a basic understanding of the properties of numbers. The game began with a number property in the upper left hand corner of the game area. Players must move the number property onto the corresponding property. | Properties of Whole Numbers Match up the properties with the examples. |

Numbers from 0 to 10 | Numbers from 11 to 20 |

Numbers from 20 to 30 | Numbers from 0 to 99 |

Number Words from 0 to 99 | Number Words in the hundreds |

Number Words in the thousands | Number Words in the millions |

Words to Numbers (up to 10) | Words to Numbers(up to 100) |

Words to Numbers(up to 1000) | Words to Numbers(up to one million) |

Words to Numbers(up to millions) |

Numbers to Words(up to 10) | Numbers to Words(up to 100) |

Numbers to Words(up to 1000) |

**Even and Odd Number Worksheets**

Even and Odd Numbers(up to 10) | Even and Odd Numbers(up to 100) |

Even and Odd Numbers(up to 1000) |

**Ordinal Numbers Worksheets**

Ordinal Numbers(first to tenth) | Ordinal Numbers(eleventh to thirtieth) |

**Number Sentence Worksheets**

Number Sentence (+, –, =) | Number Sentence (plus, minus, equals, not equals) |

**Greater than and Less than**

Greater than and Less than(2 digits) | Greater than and Less than(3 digits) |

Greater than and Less than(4 digits) |

**Arrange Digits to get smallest or largest number**

Arrange digits (3 digits) | Arrange digits (4 digits) |

Arrange digits (5 digits) |

**Place Values Worksheets**

Place Values(Tens and Ones) | Place Values(Tens and Ones) |

Place Values (Hundreds, Tens & Ones) | Place Values (Hundreds, Tens and Ones) |

Place Values (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens & Ones) | Place Values (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens & Ones) |

Place Values (Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones) | Place Values (Ten Thousands, Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Ones) |

**Rounding Numbers Worksheets**

Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 10) | Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 10) |

Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 100) | Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 100) |

Rounding Numbers (to the nearest 1000) | Rounding Numbers (mixed) |

**Skip Counting Worksheets**

Skip Counting by 2's | Skip Counting by 5's |

Skip Counting by 10's |

**Roman Numerals Conversion Worksheets**

Roman Numerals (up to 10) | Roman Numerals (up to 20) |

Roman Numerals (up to 50) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - X) |

Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - L) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - C) |

Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - D) | Roman to Arabic (Largest symbol - M) |

Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - X) | Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - L) |

Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - C) | Arabic to Roman (Largest symbol - D) |

Arabic to Roman(Largest symbol - M) |

**Measurements Worksheets**

Standard Measurements | Metric Measurements |

**Factors and Multiples Worksheets**

Greatest Common Factor (GCF or HCF) | Greatest Common Factor (GCF or HCF) |

Least Common Multiple (LCM or LCD) | Least Common Multiple (LCM or LCD) |

Word Problems GCF or LCM |

**Prime and Composite Numbers Worksheets**

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