Scroll through our collection of **fun math activities** and find great teaching resources for a wide range of grades, age groups and topics.

In Does your second grader need to brush up his multiplication skills? Try this interesting dot-to-dot math activity for 2nd grade.See more

This free math activity for 2nd grade is not just about math; it also helps your child learn about astronomy. See more

Help your child master addition in a fun and interesting way with this cool math activity for second grade. See more

This fun 2nd grade math activity helps kids master addition and subtraction in order to acquire more advanced math skills in higher grades. See more

Your second grader is being introduced to important math topics and skills with this free printable 2nd grade math activity. See more

“Characteristics of Solids” is a great worksheet that lets students explore and manipulate the basic solid shapes in their three dimensional forms before discussing their characteristics. See more

In “Circling Shapes”, first graders create a Venn diagram out of yarn and then sort cards into different categories based on their attributes. See more

“Clock Concentration” is a highly adaptable math activity perfect for kids that need to practice telling the time on analog clocks. See more

“Clock Diary” is a fun class activity that encourages students to share their feelings in a diary and gives them extra practice telling time as well. See more

A great game to play with your students, 20 Questions is perfect for encouraging logical thinking and problem solving skills. See more

The spaceship is about to blast off. All it’s waiting for is the counters. Students must add the numbers on the dice and cover the sum with one of their counters. See more

Out with the crayons! Frankie’s Facts is a color-by-number activity, but it’s not as simple as it sounds. Students must solve the subtraction problems on the sheet first to get the differences. See More

Teach kids all about calculating with money with our fun, free and printable math activity, ‘What A Deal!’! See More

Fact Bee is sure to create a nice buzz in the classroom. Bring out the craft supplies and show students how to create these cute little fact bees. See more

‘Patterns in Time’ is a fun math activity that teachers can even use in the classroom to teach kids to read time! See more

Fraction Puzzles is a fun math puzzle that involves addition and subtraction of fractions. With every problem that students solve, a new problem appears until the puzzle is complete. See more

From identifying number patterns and sequences to counting by twos, teach kindergarteners important math concepts with ‘Where is Hops?’, our fun, free and printable math lesson plan and activity! See more

‘Terrific Tangrams’ is a simple math activity with shapes that is sure to challenge the little ones! See more

Use your math skills and observation powers to identify the galactic bad guys in this simple but fun free math worksheet! See More

Ducks in a Row is a fun game played like Bingo. Students must solve decimal multiplication problems and cover the products on their boards with duck markers. See more

Top Spinner is a multiplication game that can be adapted to match the skill level of different students. Younger students can play the easy version, and older or more skilled students can play the difficult version. See more

Counting by fives couldn’t be more fun. This classroom activity will have kids doing everything but sitting quietly in their seats and completing worksheets. See more

‘Round Off’ is a fun math activity that teachers can use in the classroom to cover concepts such as measurements, estimations, and rounding-off! See more

‘Hairy Harry’ is a fun math activity that will help kindergarteners sharpen their counting skills and learn the basics of addition! See more

Get the kids geared up for ‘Math Path’, the challenging, confusing, galactic math obstacle course! See more

Subtraction doesn’t get more fun than this! ‘Firefly Math’ is a math activity for kids that will help the little ones practice subtraction and enjoy the learning process. See more

Want to make math exciting for your little kindergarteners? Check out ‘Calendar Count’, our fun, free and printable math activity that will help the little ones learn all about numbers and counting! See more

Teach kindergarteners all about measurements with our fun, free and printable math activity, ‘The Race Is On!’. See more

Teach preschoolers numbers from 1 – 20 with our fun math puzzle, ‘Who’s This?’! Free and printable, this math activity can be used by teachers as well as homeschooling parents. See More

Divide and Conquer is a math activity where groups of students compete to capture the highest number of states in America. And how do they capture them? By dividing, of course. See more

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