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Mathematics

Published on February 26th, 2012 | by What2Learn

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Top five free Mathematics games

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The following games are the top five most played Mathematics games at What2Learn. They are free to play and we hope you enjoy them.

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Underwater times tables

1. Santa and the Great Toy Roundup

OK, so there is a slight seasonal slant to this game… That doesn’t stop it being a really fun and effective game for developing skills in multiplication and addition.

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2. Underwater Times Tables

One of our oldest Mathematics games, but still highly popular and often the most visited game on individual days. Learners can pick a times table to focus on and then see questions in normal or random order.

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3. Shark Attack! Estimating angles game

In a slight role-reversal to the norm, in this game learners take on the role of the shark and must estimate the correct number of degrees to turn in order to catch the swimmer.

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4. Tank Game – Angles in triangles

A battle between tanks which tests learners’ ability to calculate the angles in triangles from the information provided. Playable as one or two players.

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5. Fractions to decimals snap!

A snap game with a twist… Themed as a Wild West shootout, react quickly when the fractions and decimals match in order to win the shootout.

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