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Mathematics

Published on November 20th, 2011 | by What2Learn

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Free Christmas-themed addition and multiplication game

What2Learn Christmas Mathematics games

‘Santa and the Great Toy Roundup’ is a free game for children learning basic addition skills or the muliplication times tables. By answering the Mathematics questions correctly children will earn more time to travel around the north pole in search of toys that are hiding behind snowmen, reindeer, trees, etc.

The first addition game has answers that go up to ten for those starting out with adding up using their fingers! The second game has answers that go up to twenty. For those doing multiplication times tables, players can select to only get questions from one set of tables (1-10) or they can get random questions.


The game below is just one of the thousands of games at What2Learn. Sign up for free access!

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Download this game to play offline or add to your own website or blog. To download it visit and ‘Like’ the What2Learn Facebook page – this game, along with many other freebies, can be found by pressing on the ‘Welcome tab‘.

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5 Responses to Free Christmas-themed addition and multiplication game

  1. Zyanaali says:

    All right game it’s pretty chill

  2. lade jimoh says:

    thank you

  3. issy says:

    i love the santa game it is the best game ever

  4. kristey says:

    it is a nice game

  5. jin woo says:

    I pretty like this game.
    baseball one is good one.

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