Practice Makes Permanent
Our Approach
Life Long Learners - Love Learning

Games are an amazing platform for learning. In fact, every great game is a learning experience. Yet in our homes and classrooms learning and play are constantly divided. At Math Games we want to bring together the best elements of games to further the learning experience. We have over 1200 different ways to practice math and we present this to your students through vibrant visuals that are interesting and stimulating. Teachers and parents can have confidence that any time spent on Math Games will be spent practicing core math skills in-game format, in online textbook format, everything that is completed is reported back to the teacher or parent.

We have spent years listening to teachers in classrooms and parents at home to create a powerful robust product that is very easy to use, yet provides detailed and actionable insights into your students progress. Students can have math skills assigned to them based on their skill level and work towards goals and achievements. Math Games provides incentives along the way to encourage students to practice longer and more frequently all the while keeping the journey fun and engaging.

Take a look around, practice some math and see how quick and easy Math Games is to use. Math Games works equally well on desktops as it does on tablets and mobile phones. We even provide an offline option, our printable worksheets can be created for students without internet access. Math Games is a solution that is flexible enough to work in classrooms with a wide range of devices and even for students that don't have access to them. We feel technology should amplify the learning experience for all students.

We hope you enjoy using Math Games, millions of students have answered over 500 million questions - and counting!
We hope your students will join us!

Features For Teachers and Parents
Practice Through Play
Math Games started with a single feature a Math Game. From that single feature, we have expanded and grown to include the list below. Our best ideas have come from our dedicated community of teachers and parents that provided valuable feedback to us. We listen and we build tools that will help you further the learning experience in your homes and classrooms. Please review the list below and contact us with suggestions and feedback. Together we can make wonderful things happen!
  • Instant setup using Google Classrooms, Edmodo or Office 355
  • Create printable worksheets for offline practice
  • Create detailed assignments, lesson plans and exit tickets
  • Scratch pads to help students solve problems
  • Detailed Reporting for Teachers and School Admins
  • Skills Aligned to the Common Core Standards
  • Tablet, Chromebooks, iPads and mobile phone ready -no downloads needed
  • Trusted and used by over 5 million students in homes and classrooms
Awards And Recognition
- CCSS Aligned Questions
- Mathematicians
- Questions Answered
What Our Users Are Saying Read More Reviews »
  • I would use this as a supplemental tool that gives immediate formative feedback. I would use this as tool to engage students. The integration to google class is very exciting. This is a huge advantage to our iPad schools.
    Matt, IT facilitator. School Type: Elementary School, Middle School, High School
  • This is an excellent website that can help increase the students knowledge in what they have learn in the class. Our students are use to playing games in the computer and this website gives them exactly what they want, games. Games are appealing to them and it focuses on skill that they have already learned.
    NIeves, Teacher. School Type: Elementary School, Low Income Population
  • I would use it for all students, especially those who need remediation in particular areas. This product allows students to practice skills and advance. It creates a fun learning platform for all students. The majority of students enjoy playing games. This product is a great way or students to be engaged, learn and have fun at the same time.
    LaKisha, Teacher. School Type: Elementary School
  • I think the main strengths are the self motivation, the data collect component, the skill based learning, the selection of different grade levels for any student. I would recommend it because the students are self motivated to use games.
    Pedro, Director of IT. School Type: Elementary School, Middle School, Project Based School, 1:1 Devices