30+ Math Board Games for Kids That Make Math Fun!

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Looking to add some educational fun to your family game night?

Hoping to get your young child interested in math?

Want to challenge an older student who relishes a good math problem?

Looking to teach math concepts in a fun, low-stress way (no worksheets!)?

This post has 30+ math board games for kids that teach concepts from counting and number recognition to prime numbers and equation balancing!

You will quickly be able to scroll through to find the ages, number of players, and math concepts you’re looking for.  I even added in the toymaker in case you have a favorite, such as Learning Resources or Logic Roots.

There are some genius products out there that your kid is going to love!


Best Math Board Games For Kids: Bring Math To Life!

1. Facts That Stick Series

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker (Publisher): A Well Trained Mind

Number of Players: 2

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Details About Facts That Stick Series:

If you have a  frustrated student who is struggling with math facts, the Facts That Stick Series, is a great “game school” type program to help him learn his facts in a nonthreatening, systematic way. 

The program looks like a workbook, but it is actually full of daily math gameboards that focus on learning math facts!

I have done the multiplication and addition programs multiple times and it has been tremendously helpful and fun for my kids! The solid foundation makes all the difference as my kids progress through their math education.

Check out more details here.

2. Sum Swamp

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition & Subtraction up to 12, Odd/Even numbers

Details About Sum Swamp:

Sum Swamp was the first math board game we bought for our homeschool, and all three of my kids love it! Even my 5th grader thought it was fun to join in with my kindergartener’s daily game time.

The characters are super cute, the game is challenging, and it lasts just long enough to hold a child’s attention.

My kindergartener has absolutely picked up math facts and odd/even numbers in a stress-free, fun way.

3. Sums in Space

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Da Vinci’s Room

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition & Subtraction up to 18, Odd/Even numbers

Details About Sums in Space:

Sums in Space is the next math board game we bought for our homeschool. It is more challenging and exciting with a 10 sided dice that lets you roll much larger numbers. 

There are two ways to play, competitive or cooperative. The cooperative play allows players to work together to get to the finish line before the rocketship takes off!

4. ZINGO! 1-2-3


 For Ages: 4+

Toy Maker: Think Fun

Number of Players: 2-6

Teaches: Counting, Simple Addition, Number Sense, Word Recognition Skills

Details About ZINGO! 1-2-3:

Zingo 1-2-3 is one of ThinkFun’s most popular and bestselling games, and is the winner of an Oppenheim Gold Award. It’s a fun number bingo game that helps children develop counting, simple addition, number sense and word recognition skills, and is one of the best gifts you can buy for kids. Zingo 1-2-3 is made with high quality components, and comes with a very clear and easy to understand instruction manual – you’ll be able to play within minutes of opening the box. Like all of ThinkFun’s games, Zingo 1-2-3 is built to develop critical thinking skills. Playing will improve number skills through fun and fast placed play.”

5. Pet Me

 For Ages: 5-9 year olds

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Multiplication and Division

Details About Pet Me:

Pet Me is an award-winning math board game for kids! It can be played competitive or cooperative, and it has 3 different levels – easy, intermediate, and advanced. No prior knowledge of division is required.

Pet Me is an exciting math board game. Kids go on a pet park adventure, feed dogs, cats and parrots, win hearts and adopt them. They will master multiplication and division facts along the way. A very cool and fun game that builds mental math skills.”

6. Monster Sock Factory

 For Ages: 6-10 year olds

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 1-4

Teaches: Multiplication 

Details About Monster Sock Factory:

Monster Sock Factory is another award-winning math board game for kids out of Logic Roots!

“Monster Sock Factory is a super cool math board game. Kids help cute little monsters dispatch warm socks to everyone in a snow filled valley. They will develop multiplication and division skills along the way.”

7. Tri-Facta

 For Ages: 8+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Multiplication & Division

Details About Tri-Facta:

Tri-Facta is a Learning Resources game that focuses on cementing fact families for multiplication and divsion.

“Kids use the relationship between multiplication and division in this engaging triangle-based game. Using numbered playing cards and the familiar triangle board as a visual cue, fill in the missing spots to complete number families. Be the first player to play all your cards, and call out “tri-FACTa!”

8. Multiply Divide & Conquer

 For Ages: 8+

Toy Maker: Da Vinci’s Room

Number of Players: 1-4

Teaches: Multiplication & Division

Details About Tri-Facta:

Multiply Divide & Conquer is a  magical, cooperative game that can be played with 1-4 players.

There are four levels of difficulty that range from “Easy” to “Chaos.”

Multiplication facts are from 1-10 and division facts are from 1-100.

“This game is cooperative, meaning everyone works together towards a common goal. Up to 4 people can cooperate to move the blue math magicians across the board, using math skills to remove goo, red math magicians and ultimately defeat the goo covered castle and save the day. Everybody wins together!”

9. Math Builder

 For Ages: 8-12 years old

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Order of Operations, Equation Balancing

Details About Math Builder:

Math Builders is a delightful math board game. Kids build roads, tunnel, bridges and a whole lot more in this imaginative game, just like building blocks. The fun elements of scrabble are combined with math equations and BODMAS facts so kids love playing it over and over.”

10. Ocean Raiders

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Number Sequencing, Addition, Subtraction

Details About Ocean Raiders:

Ocean Raiders is an engaging math board game. Kids raid the ocean, brave storms and play with sea creatures while mastering addition. They also ace subtraction facts along the way back. The fun elements of chutes and ladders are combined with solid math so kids love playing it over and over.”

11. Mountain Raiders


 For Ages: 7+

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 1-5

Teaches: Addition with 2 and 3 digit numbers

Details About Mountain Raiders:

Mountain Raiders is an adventurous math board game. Kids raid the mountains, escape the monster and race to treasure while mastering addition of 2 and 3 digit numbers. They also ace subtraction facts along the way.”

12. Cloud Hoppers

For Ages: 6+

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition and Subtraction up to 50

Details About Cloud Hoppers:

Cloud Hoppers is an action packed math board game. Kids ride spaceships and go an outer space adventure while mastering addition and subtraction. They also ace number sequencing and backward counting along the way.”

13. Big Catch

For Ages: 10+

Toy Maker: Logic Roots

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Division

Details About Big Catch:

Big Catch is an adventurous math board game. Kids help fishermen reach home by catching fish while venturing out in the sea. In this super fun game, they develop advanced division skills starting with 2 digits numbers with remainders.”

14. Make a Spalsh 

 For Ages: 6+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Number Concepts through 120, Number Recognition, Addition, Subtraction, 10 more, 10 less, Place Value

Details About Make a Splash:

“Get kids up and moving as they learn numbers and math the active way. Learn about place value and practice addition and subtraction using number patterns on the grid. Includes a 120 mat and 3 inflatable cubes (2 number cubes with digits 0-9 to create 1- and 2-digit numbers; 1 cube with +10, -10, +1, -1), 64 square colored frames and 4 t-shaped pieces that highlight ten more/less and one more/less and 64 square cards to cover numbers and Activity Guide featuring CCSS-based activities.”

15. Prime Climb


 For Ages: Preteens and Teens

Toy Maker: Math for Love

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Multiplication, Division, Factorization, Prime Numbers

Details About Prime Climb:

Perfect STEM gift for pre-teens and teens to inspire deeper math learning. Ideal for family board game night or for classroom/homeschool/after school clubs! Easy to learn, and endlessly replayable, thanks to dynamic mix of strategy and luck Learn and master multiplication, division, factorization and prime number concepts by combining colors



 For Ages: 8-12+

Toy Maker: The Master Theorem Games

Number of Players: 2-6

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Details About ADSUMUDI:

ADSUMUDI is a family-friendly math board game for kids that works in the classroom, homeschool, or for family game night. 

There are multiple levels of difficulty, so you can tailor the game to each individual player’s abilities. There are also four ways to play: competitively, cooperatively, individually, or online.

17. Proof!


For Ages: 9+

Toy Maker: The Master Theorem Games

Number of Players: 2-6

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Square Roots, Mental MATH

Details About Proof!:

Proof! is an award-winning, fast, fun, and addicting math game that the whole family can enjoy! Work that mental math magic as you race to find creative equations hidden among nine number cards. Keep what you find and collect the most cards to win!”

18. Race to Infinity


For Ages: 6+

Toy Maker: BeGenio

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Details About Race to Infinity:

Race to Infinity is a math board game for kids that can focus on addition and subtraction skills with younger kids. As those are mastered, kids can still use this game as they grow into multiplication and division play!

“Our family educational board games not only help your child discover the wonders of numbers but also improve important life skills, such as critical thinking, spatial skills, and decision-making. This unique math game leaves no room for predictability, so you can play it over and over again without feeling bored. Every round yields different outcomes, depending on the strategies of all players.”

19. Mathemagical World


For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Mind Innovations

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition & Subtraction up to 20, Double, Half

Details About Mathemagical World:

Mathemagical World is made of 8 Magic Worlds: Desert Island, Dinosaur Island, Pirate Island, Zombie Island, Unicorn Island, Ice Island, Dragon Island, and Ninja Island! There are 2 levels of difficulty that will help your kids learn math facts up to 20. There is also a feature to help kids start to understand the concept of double and half as they move across the board. Mind Innovations also hals this math board game for kids as an excellent option for gifted & talented students,

20. SMAT


For Ages: 6+

Toy Maker: Pressman

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

Details About SMATH:

SMATH is the game that makes math fun! Players take turns using the tiles in their racks to build their own crossword style equations. For beginners, start off with addition and subtraction. For the math whiz, step it up to multiplication and division! Each tile has a point value that is earned once it’s played. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins!”

21. Money Bags: A Crazy Coin Counting Game


For Ages: 7+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Money Recognition, Money Skills with bills, pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters

Details About Money Bags:

“What a fun way to learn about combining coins! The object of this colorful and compact board game is to earn money while winding along a cartoon path. Money is earned by landing on a square labeled with a practical chore, such as setting the table (31 cents), or an entrepreneurial endeavor, such as a lemonade stand (15 cents). In order to collect money, the spinner is used to determine which coins can or cannot be taken from the bank. If the spinner lands on “no nickels” then you collect your change with any coins except for nickels. There’s an additional incentive to use critical thinking and coin combining skills. Extra money can be earned if you land on a “Bank Exchange” space and exchange your coins (for example, two nickels for a dime). As you may have suspected, the player with the most money at the end wins. –Lauren Bernard

22. Dino Math Tracks


For Ages: 6+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Place Value, Counting

Details About Dino Math Tracks:

“The Dino Math Tracks game (winner of several prestigious awards, including an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal) is a race around the rainbow with a pack of pintsize, prehistoric pals. An unusual spin on a typical roll-the-dice-and-move game, it spotlights the mathematical concept of place value and gives kids reinforcement in what makes our base-10 number system tick. Each player is allotted one dinosaur for each of the four tracks (the tracks are labeled 1s, 10s, 100s, and 1000s). To play, a player rolls four dice to create a 4-digit number and then moves his or her prehistoric posse to the appropriate 1s, 10s, 100s, and 1000s places. Problem-solving strategies are honed as players scurry to get all four miniature mammoths or tiny triceratops into the dino haven, ahead of the other players’ thundering herds. But look out! In the race to dino utopia, it’s easy to get bumped by a baby brachiosaurus!” –Julie Ubben

23. Buy It Right Shopping Game

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Learning Resources

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Coin and Bill Recognition, Making Change (with a calculator that is included!)

Details About Buy It Right:

“Reinforce the importance of money recognition, adding, and making correct change through fun game play. Set prices, buy and sell items, and learn the value of money as you move around the game board. Includes game board, calculator, game pieces, 40 paper play bills and 100 plastic coins.”

24. Super Math Spy

 For Ages: 8+

Toy Maker: Chalk and Chuckles

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Mental math, Active working memory, Problem-solving skills

Details About Super Math Spy:

Super Math Spy is another math board game for kids that is adaptable to different skill levels. Young kids can solve addition and subtraction math problems, while older kids can make the game more challenging with multiplication and division.

“Spies are on a mission! Solve the mystery of Math, with decoder glasses and lots of sums and calculations in the shortest time. Take up the mind challenge and speed up your mental maths in an equation-making game. Reach your mission before your friends.”

25. What Time Is It? Clock Board Game Set

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Oriental Trading Company

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Time Telling Skills

Details About What Time Is It?:

“Judy Clock’s game What Time Is It? provides students kindergarten through grade 2 with a unique and fun approach to mastering basic time-telling skills. Aligned to Common Core State Standards each game board is illustrated with bright eye-catching colors and easy-to-read game cards. With four different games to play this set is perfect for center activities or small group instruction. This set includes 4 game boards 96 game cards and 16 player pieces and is designed for 2-4 players.”

26. Outnumbered: Improbable Heroes


For Ages: 8+

Toy Maker: Genius Games

Number of Players: 1-6

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Squaring

Details About Outnumbered Improbable Heroes:

Outnumbered: Improbably Heroes is a unique dice game that is sure to grab any kid’s attention! Again, young children can focus on addition and subtraction, and older children can kick it up a notch with multiplication, division, and even squaring!

“Combine forces to thwart evil in Outnumbered: Improbable Heroes, a math-based cooperative strategy game. Absolute Zero and his minions are loose in Megatropolis, trying to capture the powerful Infinity Generator! Assemble your team and strategically plan out your sequence of attacks together. As waves of Villains advance, you must use math skills and unique Hero Abilities to hit target numbers, repelling your nemesis and his minions. Overcome their counterattacks and impose order over chaos!”

27. Shut the Box

For Ages: 3-103

Toy Maker: Genius Games

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction

Details About Shut the Box:

Shut the Box is another great game that will get families gathered around the table – not the TV! Even small kids can play!

Throw the multicolored dice and start solving this puzzle game with math skills!

28. Match Madness


For Ages: 7+

Toy Maker: Genius Games

Number of Players: 1-4

Teaches: Pattern Recognition, Critical Thinking, Rapid Problem Solving Abilities

Details About Match Madness:

“Test your pattern recognition and dexterity with Match Madness, the fun-filled pattern-matching frenzy for the whole family! Develop rapid problem-solving abilities and fine motor skills through fast-paced, action-packed gameplay that is both captivating and rewarding.”

29. Multiplication and Division Bingo Game

 For Ages: 9+

Toy Maker: TREND Enterprises

Number of Players: 3-36

Teaches: Multiplication, Division, Fact Families

Details About Multiplication and Division Bingo:

This math board game for kids takes the classic game of Bingo and uses it to sharpen math skills!

“Players think fast and show what they know in these action-packed Bingo games! Each content-rich title has 8 ways to play, keeping everyone engaged, challenged, and learning. Exclusive, hard-to-find titles are popular with middle-schoolers and adults. Great for small or large group play in classrooms, homes, adult-education, and at celebrations too.”

30. Multi

For Ages: 8+

Toy Maker: Joyful Mathematics

Number of Players: 2

Teaches: Multiplication, Multiples up to 81, Factors

Details About Multi:

  • Discover a whole new dimension to the classic Tic-Tac-Toe game that reveals the beautiful symmetry of numbers and multiples up to 81.
  • LEARN TO PLAY IN MINUTES with simple rules based on the classic tic tac toe game.
  • RICH STRATEGY & GAMEPLAY as you play on 10 tic tac toe boards simultaneously, you’ll have to weigh offense vs defense, capturing and blocking on multiple fronts.
  • FUN FOR EVERYONE! Ideal for families who like board games, classrooms, homeschool, or after school clubs. Kids and adults alike will enjoy playing again and again!
  • 2-PLAYER, 8 years and up, and takes about 30 minutes to play.

31. 6 Mathematics Games – Bundle


For Ages: 5-8

Toy Maker: Junior Learning

Number of Players: Varies

Teaches: Place value, 100S grid, rounding, addition and subtraction to 20

Details About 6 Mathematics Games:

6 Mathematics Games is a great way to get young kids engaged with a variety of fun math board games and math concepts- and still keep to your budget. 6x the fun for the price of one!

“This set of educational games and activities is designed for teaching mathematics, including numbers 0-20, 0-100 and place value 0-1000. Children will love learning addition and subtraction as they solve number equations to win the game. Board games are printed double sided to help save the environment. The design of these games builds on previously taught number pattern skills and follows on from 6 number pattern games. Contents: 4 board games, 18 dominoes, 1 flipper, spinner, counters and die.”

32. Unicorn Sparkle Sums

 For Ages: 5+

Toy Maker: Melby Toys

Number of Players: 2-4

Teaches: Addition, Subtraction, Odd/Even

Details About Unicorn Sparkle Sums:

Unicorn Sparkle Sums is for the unicorn lover in your family!

Roll the dice, solve the equation, and start moving across the bubblegum pink board! This game is simple to learn and easy for kids to pick up. 

Math learning without worksheets or flashcards!

More Math Board Games for Kids – Without the Board

So you’ve seen the best board games that the internet has to offer if you’ve made it this far.

If you are willing to drop the board – then I have a ton more to share with you! 

Check out this fantastic list for a fun math card game!

Blobby’s Pizza Math Card Game – Fractions, Decimals, Percentages

Clumsy Theif Junior – Adding to 10 Card Game 

Splat – Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, or Division

Pirate Roll – Counting

Fraction War – Fractions

Exact Change Card Game – Money Counting

Sweet Sums – Addition and Subtraction

Mathological Liar – review of grade-level math concepts

Recap Math Board Games for Kids

Teaching kids through games is one of the most joyful and rewarding experiences.

Whether you are a teacher, homeschooler, or engaged parent, I hope that these game ideas gave you tons of ideas for how to make math fun for your kid!

They will love spending time with you and building confidence in their math skills!

Do you have a favorite math board game that you didn’t see above? Drop it in the comments!

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