This game is among the favorites of many kids. It is just like one of the marble line games. To start this game, write numbers 0-9 on marbles, one number per marble. You will be given a marble which could contain any from the numbers 0-9. Now you will need to select a digit at the top. Then shoot such ball that creates the total that you have chosen atop it. Here is an example to help you understand the game better.
For example, on the top of the table, you selected number 10. Then you will get a big line of differently numbered marbles. Say if the marble with which you are hitting contains number 4, then you will need to hit a number 6 ball out of the marble lines, in order that your total is 10.
If you believe that you really excel in mathematics, this game will measure all your mathematical skills. In this game, you are going to have a big board that will have numbers written on it. At the board’s bottom, a number will be written, which is the right answer and a few blanks will be drawn in front of the board, which you should fill in with numbers. You will see addition, subtraction, multiplication and division signs; depending on it, you will need to select numbers, in order that the total goes up to the displayed number. For instance, if the displayed number is 43, you must answer it as 7 + 6 x 6 = 43.
Math Lines: X Factor
This cool mathematical game for kids is like the ‘Math Lines’ game above, but the mere distinction is that rather than addition, you should do multiplication. For instance, if you select the number 12 ball on the top of the table, and if your target ball is number 3, you will need to hit the number 4 ball. This will give you a total of 12.
Feed Fribbit Addition
This is one of the very interesting cool math games for kids. The visual aids are simple and attractive. A lot of kids would surely like it. You are free to select your level of difficulty (easy or pro) and begin playing. In this game, you will do addition, adding displayed numbers on it and just click on the right number contained by the bubbles that are flying across.
This simple game focuses on calculation. To play, you will need to maximize your score by providing maximum right answers. This fun game involves division, multiplication, subtraction and addition. The more right answers you provide, the higher your score will get.
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