• Coin Combo Kids will have to move fast if they want to make it to the next level in this Coin Combo math challenge.
  • Shop Around Kids can practice using money in this fun game about getting ready for a camping trip.
  • The Prime Radicals A number of different games, all math-focused, are available here, including four based on patterns.
  • Stacking Up Matching shapes and colours is the name of this game, but you'll have to do it quick to avoid the Danger Zone!
  • Tumbletown Mathletics Your kids can test their math skills, including fractions, in the Tumbletown Mathletics.
  • Tumbleweed's Math Maze Players advance on the board with a roll of the dice, but need to answer math questions to keep going.
  • Improve Working Memory This memory game improves your child's working memory, which impacts on math ability.
  • Ribbit, Frog, Ribbit This curriculum-based game helps improve working memory, which impacts math ability.
  • Finding Patterns Your child can reinforce math pattern skills with the Flower Frenzy game.
  • Lagoon Bay This multiplayer board game allows your child to learn about patterning, spelling, tangram puzzles and addition.
  • Space Trek Kids can use the number clues to discover and avoid where the meteors are hiding with Space Trek Galaxy.
  • Math Maze Players make their way through a medieval maze, seeking the knighthood from the Queen that lies at the end.
  • Tumbletown Bound Kids can take different paths on the grid so Tumbleweed can get around Tumbletown.
  • Triangle Alley Kids can learn geometry and spatial sense with this fun shapes game.
  • Build Math City When your child plays Build Math City, he will learn all about 3D solids and how they relate to 2D shapes.
  • Big Wig Sub Shop This game teaches numeracy skills, specifically matching expectations in the number sense and numeration strand of the Ontario math curriculum.
  • Seed Ball This activity introduces your child to grids and plotting points on a grid.
  • Maps and Traps Maps and Traps helps your children strengthen their problem-solving and memory skills while teaching them about the cardinal directions; North, South, East and West.
  • Ivan's Deli This activity helps strengthen your child's visual memory skills, which are essential prerequisites for reading and mathematics.
  • Tee Off Tee-Off is a great way to learn all about angles and force while playing a super-fun game of mini-golf.
  • Artbot Action This game combines math, visual art and technology in a super-cool way that your child will love.
  • Beat The Clock This activity helps your kids make the jump from digital to analogue, teaching them how to tell the old fashioned way using Roman numerals.
  • Solitaire Wildcards Solitaire is a great and fun way to teach your kids all about sequencing, problem solving, and trial and error.
  • Space Trek Galaxy This game helps children strengthen their problem solving skills, which are central to learning mathematics.