Maths Games
Maths games can be used by the teachers to make understand the maths concepts to students in an easy manner. Students play the games and learn the maths concepts very easily.
Here a few examples of maths games are given for your reference. Teachers and parents can take help from these games to create their own maths games.
After these two sample maths games, you can download a complete PDF of more than 20 maths board games, maths card games and print and play maths games.
Teacher, parents and students can download these maths board games, maths card games and play these games in class.
Game 1: Number Game
Objective: To
reinforce the concept of larger numbers.
Materials
Required: Chairs, Paper, Sketch pen, Music system, Glue,
etc.
Preparation: Gather
the students in the playground.
Steps:
1.
Place nine chairs side by side in the school playground.
2.
Each student writes any onedigit number on a paper.
3.
Choose any nine students at a time from the class to walk around the chairs.
4.
Start the music.
5.
The students carrying papers with onedigit numbers start walking around the
chairs.
6.
When the music stops, students sit on the chairs nearest to them.
7.
They hold up their numbers so that the class can see them and read the
ninedigit number aloud.
8. Try some more numbers with nine new
students.
From this game, the students learn
reading and writing larger numbers.
Game 2: Roll
and Round
Objective: To understand the concept of
rounding of numbers.
Material
Required: A die for
each student
Preparation: Gather students in groups of four
Steps:
1. This game
can be played in the group of four.
2. Roll a
die three times and write down the numbers in the table below.
3. Rearrange
the numbers to write a greatest and a smallest 3digit numbers. But don’t let your
partners see your new numbers.
4. Round
your numbers to the nearest 100.
5. Show the
rounded number to your partners and ask them to work out your numbers.
6. Find the
sum of the numbers. One is done for you.
7. Swap
roles and play again.
8. Player
with the highest sum is the winner.
Players

Numbers on the die

Greatest number formed

Smallest number formed

Numbers nearest to 100

Sum

Player 1

5, 6, 1

651

156

700, 200

900

Player 2






Player 3






Player 4






Maths Board Games and Maths Card Games
Look at the following PDF of Maths board games and Maths card games. Teachers, parents and students can download these games and play in the classroom.