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Cool Math Games – Have Fun Learning Math

Submitted by on July 2, 2009 – 3:27 am19 Comments
Cool Math Games – Have Fun Learning Math

The website Coolmathgames.com features lots of Flash and Java based mathematics games and thinking games for kids.

There are, for example,  several educational variations of the famous Zuma game, where you practice addition and multiplication by shooting stones. You might want to try the very attractive, well designed coffee shop game, where you open your own coffee shop and learn about economy. An old-fashioned variation of the lemonade stand game is available, too, and the popular thinking game Bloxorz.

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The free online Coffe Shop Game is a variation of the classic lemonade stand business game. A great way to teach kids economy and entrepreneurship!

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A free math multiplication game similar to the marble stone games Zuma and Luxor. The game is called Math Lines: xFactor.

19 Comments »

  • Tracy says:

    Looks like you guys have some great math games to keep younger students busy during the summer. K-2 students that like the games on this webpage will love DreamBox Learning. It is an online math learning game that my colleagues and I have worked hard to make into a fun and interactive game for students engaged in learning mathematic fundamentals. Keep up the great work everyone!

  • hoodamath says:

    Dear Math Enthusiast, Hi. I am a Middle School Math teacher. I spent the last year making a website geared directly for grades 1-8. I want students to have a site where they can practice their math skills while still having fun. I have personally made most of the games. If you have a place on your website to put a link, please do so. My site is located at: HoodaMath.com Feel free to email me back with a link or a suggestion. Thank you, Michael Edlavitch

  • MarisaTingle says:

    Hi,
    What a great site! My husband has just created a new game to help kids learn their multiplication facts–Arithmemouse.
    You can download a free version here: http://www.arithmemouse.com/
    I was hoping you might be able to post a link for us. We are just getting started so any feedback you might be able to provide would be much appreciated.
    Thank you!
    Marisa Tingle

  • Lance says:

    I thought you might enjoy this site with 50 online math games.

    kidscoolmathgames.com

  • Alison says:

    u guys should try girlsgogames.com so awsome (!) that does it some times if the exclaimation does not come up right

  • I hate math but with these fun games, they gave me another perspective on the subject!

  • Dan says:

    I tried all the games above and I love the coffee shop game! My high score was 445.52 Dollars. Very entertaining, thanks for sharing!

  • Sara says:

    This is a great idea to learn and open our knowledge. It is an online math learning game that my colleagues and I have worked hard to make into a fun and interactive game for students engaged in learning mathematics fundamentals. Thank you.

  • mp4toavi says:

    I will let my child to play this funny mathematics games

  • These are amazing games that can enhance your child’s math capability skills. Whenever my son plays computer, I encourage him to play these kinds of games and I see him feel so happy and he’s really having fun. These games are indeed highly recommended.

  • Marketta says:

    Very awesome. My kids used to dislike math because of the boredom. But I have found that any way to make it enjoyable is a great help to me and helps them learn a lot faster. I think I will let them give this method a try as well.

  • Ana says:

    This is a very interactive game for kids. You just don’t play, you think while you play and that is a good thing.

  • maya says:

    cool math is a awsome math website, i go to it almost every day !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Orange says:

    I want students to have a site where they can practice their math skills while still having fun. I have personally made most of the games. If you have a place on your website to put a link, please do so. My site is located at: HoodaMath.com Feel free to email me back with a link or a suggestion. Thank you, I love the coffee shop game! My high score was 445.52 Dollars. Very entertaining, thanks for sharing!

  • Libbie says:

    I am glad to see the way websites and the internet are being used in new and different ways to help teach kids. So much of the internet is just for entertainment lately. I hope these types of games get more attention and that parents will utilize them to give their kids something both productive and fun.

  • manufacturers says:

    I am also fond of children games because they are so educational and so tricky to play. We all should play such kind of games.

  • Coupons says:

    Good work! I always like to leave comments whenever I see something unusual or impressive. I think we must appreciate those who do something especial. Keep it up, thanks

  • Silky Richmond says:

    Your math games are so neat! What a great change for kids who are uninterested in math software that just teaches. Here they can learn while having fun!

  • Noreen Murph says:

    Learning is fun. And Internet offers a very nice venue for learning. Interactive games like those listed above would really be helpful and would ignite the interest of the children to try something new and learn.

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