Let’s play with math today! We have a list of the best homemade cool math games that make math fun!  So whether you are looking for entertainment or a learning math game for home, homeschool or the classroom…we have the best cool math game ideas around.  There are so many ways to play with numbers…

## Best DIY Cool Math Games

Why math games? We home-school and as we have added new kiddos to our family we ended our “school time” earlier than normal and I am looking for ways to ease back into a form of “catch-up” school time with some fun games.

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These cool math games are perfect for helping our kids keep learning alive and refreshing their math skills.

### 1. Negative Number Hopscotch

Thanks to Learning Ideas for inspiring today’s theme. I just LOVE her hopscotch in positive and negative numbers. That is brilliant. I have struggled incorporating negative numbers into our kids curriculum.

### 2. Flyswatter Game

Number Fly Swatter Game – This game is silly and will get the wiggles and giggles out as well!

### 3. Dice Math Game

Numbers Card Game – This simple game can be created with a few pieces of paper and dice.  It will help those who are learning numbers.

### 4. Shape Math

Geometric shapes – Here is a hands-on activity to get kids feeling math!

Make stone dominoes. I love how they made a set of stones labeled with both numbers and one with the amount. Great for young learners.

### 6. Snap Plus One

Snap Plus One – This game is great for elementary age kids.  It is a card game with a twist.

### 7. Number Toss

Play number toss.   This game is super simple to make with an old egg carton.   What a fun and versatile math game.

### 8. Collage Math

Shape Collage – This simple game for preschoolers teaches geometry with play.

### 9. Number Hunt

Go on a number hunt. Have your sheet of math problems and when your kids figure out the answer have them let you know by running to the number!

### 10. Dominoes & a Deck of Cards

Dominos and a Deck of Cards – Math concepts are fun and games with these traditional family game night supplies!

Water Bead Math Game – I love the feel of these and they can be put in play for math too!

### 12. Tic Tac Toe Cool Math

Playing Tic-Tac-Toe with negative versus even numbers.

## More Cool Math Games & Resources for Kids

What math game are you going to try first at your house?

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6. Beth says:

Love the cool math ideas!! I featured this at TGIF this week. I look forward to seeing you again this week!
Beth =)

7. maggy, red ted art says:

Great to make Maths fun. I used to love maths, but know plenty of kids who need to see that maths can be fun too. This is a great set of activities and help!

Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

Maggy & Alissa

8. The fairy and the frog says:

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9. Hannah @ Making Boys Men says:

Thanks for featuring us and for your ideas of how we could use our number hunt again. Thanks!

10. Carolyn says:

I am always looking for creative ways to play with math. Thank you for these suggestions!