Ready for some fun math games for kids? We have a small list of math games for kids of all ages like toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarten kids. We even have a fun math game of our own we want to share with you that you can use at home or in the classroom! Learn math the fun way using cards!

Practice math with these fun math games!

Math Games Using Cards

This math game for kids makes learning to count fun. Kids will actually want to practice counting because  math with cards  feels more like a game than learning. Kids Activities Blog hopes you enjoy this cute card game called Snap Plus One.

Math Game for Kids

Learn math the fun and easy way. Math can be hard. We don’t all learn at the same pace. So, get your little one some extra math practice with these fun math games.

1. Count To Ten And Beyond Math Game

Does your child know how to count to ten or beyond, but always begins at one when they count? Are they working towards adding two collections of items? If so, this game of snap plus one, is a great way to introduce your child to a more efficient strategy for solving number problems.

2. Counting Boxes Math Game

Instead of always beginning at one when counting, children who can count-on , can count on from any given number. When solving number problems, the ability to count on is much more efficient than counting from one.

3. Counting Tiny Teddies Math Game

This math game of snap plus one is a fun way to practice saying the number word just after a given number in the range of one to ten.

Our Favorite Math with Card: Snap Plus One

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This snap plus one game is a great math game for little kids.

Are you ready for our favorite math game? This simple game is great for younger kids and even elementary aged kids who need help with math.

Supplies Needed For This Fun Math Game:

  • Deck of cards

How To Play SNap Plus One- Our Favorite Math Game

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Let’s play this fun math game!

Step 1

You will need a deck of playing cards.

Step 2

Remove all the picture cards. Ace refers to one in this game.

Step 3

Just like snap, cards are dealt face down to all the players. Each player takes turns to turn one card from their pile over and places this in the middle. However, instead of slapping the pile of cards and saying snap when two cards match, in this game of snap plus one, the pile of cards are snapped only when the new card is one more than the previous card.

Step 4

For example if 5 is placed in the middle and the new card placed on top is 6, players may slap the pile. The quickest player to slap the pile and say snap picks up all the cards.

Step 5

When any player runs out of cards, the game is over. The player with the most cards, is the winner.

More Math Games From Kids Activities Blog

What is your favorite math game for kids? Have you ever tried teaching math with cards? For more kids activities with math, you can count on these ideas:

Have you tried out this fun math game for kids? How much fun did your kids have playing snap plus one?

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