Use our free games, lessons and tests to learn or revise your maths and have fun at the same time! Each topic at free-maths.games comes with 3 simple lessons to introduce you to the ideas involved. There are 10 maths games you can play with any topic. Once you've played some games, take the 2 tests to confirm you've really understood the topic. All the activities are free to use and work on mobiles, tablets and desktop computers.
The topics are divided into 3 levels, preschool, primary and secondary. Each level is divided into top tier categories of maths subjects. Free Maths Games is designed to make learning and practicing maths both real fun and really productive!
Our Reception level is packed with introductory topics suitable for children aged 4 to 5. There are 50 topics in total in the Reception section of free-maths.games.
We cover all the categories of maths you would expect in our Reception section such as Colours, Shapes, simple addition and subtraction, etc., etc. There are also sections on Money and Time. All of these topics can be played with all the games available on the site.
The primary section of free-maths.games has over 1400 topics suitable for pupils in years 1 through 6. We have closely followed the UK National Curriculum for Mathematics Key Stages 1 and 2 in the design of our primary topics.
We offer 12 to 16 top level categories for each year (the exact number varies by year). These include Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Shapes, Statistics, Algebra, etc., etc. That means there are over 1400 precisely targeted topics in total in the primary section of free-maths.games all of which can be used with all the activities available on the site.
As a pupil, you can use Free Maths Games to learn new maths but more likely as a revision or practice aid for maths topics you've already been introduced to in school. The maths you will be using at Free Maths Games is derived from the GB national curriculum for your selected level.
Once you have selected your level you need to select a topic to practice or study. Each topic is between 6 and 20 maths question + answer pairs. Questions can be in the form of equations, sentences, images, lists, etc. Answers can be numbers, equations, words, or series.
There are 3 different types of activities for you to use: lessons, games and tests. The lesson section introduces you to some of the questions in the topic using 3 activities to familiarize you with the subject matter. Use the games to practice and enhance your understanding of the topic. Having tried a few games, try the tests to confirm you've got that topic down good and are ready for the next one...