# Family Games

For each grade level, you’ll find math games for home play, provided as downloadable and printable PDFs (you might like to get the free Acrobat Reader for opening PDFs).

We know that resources vary by home, so whenever possible, we’ve provided printable, digital, and “make your own” options in each game.

Games are based on current grade level standards. However, if a game seems too difficult or too easy for your child, take a look at the Change It Up suggestions listed in each game. Or, try a game below or above your child’s grade level. Most importantly, have fun learning and playing together!

Kindergarten

Scavenger Hunt
Find, make, or draw 10 of the 12 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Beat You to Five (and Beat You to Ten)
Counting game in which players play to cover all of their game board spaces.

Target 5
Players combine 2 or more cards that add up to 5.

Target 10
Players combine 2 or more cards that add up to 10.

Numbers & Ten-Frames Bingo
Players identify and match numbers and quantities from 2 to 10 and claim 3 spaces in a line to win.

Ten & More Bingo
Players spin to create numbers 11–20 and compete to claim 3 or 5 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Which Shape Will Win?
Spin the shape spinner and color in the shapes. The first shape with a full column wins.

Fill it First
Spin to color in shapes on a game board. The first player to fill in the whole board wins.

Finding Shapes Tic-Tac-Toe
Find a certain number of shapes in the world to claim 3 spaces in a line and win.

Which Teddy Bear Will Win?
Toss coins and mark heads or tails to help the teddy bears win their race.

Race You to 30 Cents
Take turns collecting pennies and trading 10 pennies for 1 dime. Be the first to collect exactly 3 dimes to win.

Beat You to 20
Be the first player to cover all the squares or numbers on your section of the game board exactly.

Spill 10
Flip coins, write numerals, and work together to fill 3 or more columns or rows on the record sheet.

Compete to add quantities within 10. Get the greater total to win.

Mystery Number
Can the Number Detective find out which number is the Mystery Number?

Scavenger Hunt
Find, make, or draw 15 of the 18 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Target 10
Players combine 2 or more cards that add up to 10.

Target 20
Players choose 3 cards that have a sum as close to 20 as possible.

Ten & More Bingo
Players spin to create numbers 11–20 and compete to claim 3 or 5 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Players practice addition and subtraction facts and compete to claim 3 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Spin to Win Bingo
Players practice addition facts with 9 and 10 and compete to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Last Shape in Wins
Players take turns combining and coloring in shapes on a game board. The player who colors in the last part of the game board wins.

Color 5 Fraction Game
Spin or toss coins to determine the number of fourths to color in on each turn. The player who comes closest to filling 5 whole squares after 6 turns wins.

Be the Math Teacher Tic-Tac-Toe
Players ask math questions about pictures, then record responses on a record sheet, to claim 3 spaces in a line and win.

Race You to 30 Cents
Take turns collecting pennies and trading 10 pennies for 1 dime. Be the first to collect exactly 3 dimes to win.

Number Line Race
Spin a spinner to add and subtract, then move your marker to try to land on exactly 20 (or 10) to win.

Beat You to 20
Be the first player to cover all the squares or numbers on your section of the game board exactly.

Hopping on the 120 Grid
Spin and move your marker to practice counting on and back, adding and subtracting 10, and comparing 2-digit numbers.

Turn Them Over
Spin for 2 numbers, add them, and use that sum to choose 2 cards to turn over. Turn all of your cards over first to win.

Use number cards to make a 2-digit number, roll a die for a 1-digit number, and add to get the greatest sum you can to win the round.

Guess That Equation Game Show 1
Welcome to Guess That Equation, the game show with a student contestant and an adult or older family members as a host. The host builds an equation with number cards, and the contestant guesses numbers to solve it!

Scavenger Hunt
Find, make, or draw 13 of the 16 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Target 20
Players choose 3 cards that have a sum as close to 20 as possible.

Target 100
Players choose 4 cards to make two 2-digit numbers that have a sum as close to 100 as possible.

Players practice addition and subtraction facts and compete to claim 3 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Spin to Win Bingo
Players practice addition facts with 9 and 10 and compete to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Last Shape in Wins
Players take turns combining and coloring in shapes on a game board. The player who colors in the last part of the game board wins.

Color 5 Fraction Game
Spin or toss coins to determine the number of fourths to color in on each turn. The player who comes closest to filling 5 whole squares after 6 turns wins.

Money Tic-Tac-Toe
Players answer math questions about money to claim 3 spaces in a line.

Which Teddy Bear Will Win?
Toss coins and mark heads or tails to help the teddy bears win their race.

Race You to 50 Cents
Take turns collecting pennies and trading 5 pennies for 1 nickel, and then trading 5 nickels for 1 quarter. Be the first to collect exactly 2 quarters to win.

Number Line Race
Spin a spinner to add and subtract, then move your marker to try to land on exactly 20 (or 10) to win.

Base Ten Triple Spin
Spin for hundreds, tens, and ones. Draw base ten pieces and record the 3-digit number. Try to get the largest number you can to win.

Turn Them Over
Spin for 2 numbers, add them, and use that sum to choose 2 cards to turn over. Turn all of your cards over first to win.

Use number cards to make a 2-digit number, roll a die for a 1-digit number, and add to get the greatest sum you can to win the round.

Sum It Up
Roll a die to build two 3-digit numbers. Choose numbers that will give you the greatest sum to win!

Guess That Equation Game Show 2
Welcome to Guess That Equation, the game where the host builds an equation with number cards, and the contestant guesses numbers to solve it!

Scavenger Hunt
Find 15 of the 18 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Target 100
Players choose 4 cards to make two 2-digit numbers that have a sum as close to 100 as possible.

Target 1,000
Players choose 6 cards to make two 3-digit numbers that have a sum as close to 1,000 as possible.

Multiplication Bingo
Players practice multiplication facts and compete to be the first to claim 5 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Players estimate, add, and subtract with two- and three-digit numbers, and compete to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Last Shape in Wins
Players take turns combining and coloring in shapes on a game board. The player who colors in the last part of the game board wins.

Color 10 Fraction Game
Players spin and decide which fraction to fill in on each turn. The player who comes closest to filling 10 wholes after 5 turns wins.

Multiplication Facts Tic-Tac-Toe
Players create multiplication problems that fit specific rules to claim 3 spaces in a line.

Racing Fractions to Eighths
Take turns drawing fraction cards and move your markers along number lines from 0 to 1 to win.

Cover Up
Spin for two numbers, then draw an array to find the product. The player whose products have a total closer to 100 after 4 turns wins.

Add 2- and 3-digit numbers to claim 3 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal and win the game.

Line 'Em Up
Draw 2 cards and multiply to find the product. Arrange that many objects into rows and record the remainder each time. Try to get the smallest remainders to win.

Division Capture
Players draw cards to complete division problems and capture squares on the record sheet. Make a line in a row, column, or diagonal to win.

Dots & Polygons
Draw lines to connect the dots and make polygons, then score points equal to the area of the shape. Meet goals to earn bonus points! Score 20 or more points to win.

Subtraction Draw
Create two 3-digit numbers and subtract to find the difference. Try to create numbers that will yield the greatest difference to win!

Scavenger Hunt
Find 15 of the 18 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Target 1,000
Players choose 6 cards to make two 3-digit numbers that have a sum as close to 1,000 as possible.

Target 2
Players choose cards to make 3 fractions that have a sum as close to 2 as possible.

Players estimate, add, and subtract with two- and three-digit numbers, and compete to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Two-Digit Multiplication 4-in-a-Row
Players practice math skills while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Fractions 4-in-a-Row
Players explore fractions and multiply fractions by whole numbers while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Products 4-in-a-Row
Players practice multiplication facts and make connections between multiplication and division while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Color 10 Fraction Game
Players spin and decide which fraction to fill in on each turn. The player who comes closest to filling 10 wholes after 5 turns wins.

Fraction Challenge Tic-Tac-Toe
Players create visuals to represent fractions to claim 3 spaces in a row.

Racing Fractions to Tenths
Take turns drawing fraction cards and move your markers along number lines from 0 to 1 to win.

Factors & Products
Choose a target number, then identify its factors. Circle the numbers you chose. When no more numbers can be circled, the player with the highest sum of circled numbers wins.

Division Capture
Draw number cards to complete division equations and collect points to win.

Double-Digit Splat!
Draw two cards and multiplying the numbers together. Beware of the Splat! card, or you could end up with 0!

Decimal 4 Sums to Win
Draw fraction cards and add decimals to make a sum. Try to make the total of 4 sums as close to 3.00 as you can to win!

Guess the Number
Players each choose a number from the game board, then ask each other questions to try to guess the number their opponent chose.

Scavenger Hunt
Find or draw all 9 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Target 2
Players choose cards to make 3 fractions that have a sum as close to 2 as possible.

Target 1
Players choose cards to make 2 decimal numbers that have a sum as close to 1 as possible.

Two-Digit Multiplication 4-in-a-Row
Players practice math skills while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Fractions 4-in-a-Row
Players explore fractions and multiply fractions by whole numbers while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Products 4-in-a-Row
Players practice multiplication facts and make connections between multiplication and division while competing to be first to claim 4 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal.

Color 10 Fraction Game
Players spin and decide which fraction to fill in on each turn. The player who comes closest to filling 10 wholes after 5 turns wins.

Fraction Challenge Tic-Tac-Toe
Players create visuals to represent fractions to claim 3 spaces in a row.

Multiplication Challenge Tic-Tac-Toe
Players solve multiplication word problems to claim 3 spaces in a line.

Racing Fractions to Twelfths
Take turns drawing fraction cards and move your markers along number lines from 0 to 2 to win.

Target Practice
Spin for four numbers, then choose two to make two unit fractions. The player whose fractions have a sum closer to 1 wins the round.

Draw cards and solve multiplication combinations using the standard algorithm. Try to get a product that is less than or greater than, depending on a coin flip, your partner's product to win.

Quantities of Quotients
Choose 5 cards to make a 3-digit dividend and a 2-digit divisor. Your goal is to make the greatest possible quotient. After 3 rounds, add your 3 quotients and get the higher total to win!

Fraction Bullseye
Game for one player: Roll the dice and make a fraction less than or equal to 1 with the numbers you rolled. Roll again, and make another fraction; this one can be greater than 1. Add the fractions and find them on the bullseye chart to score points. Play for 5 rounds and score as many points as you can!

Pre-K

Scavenger Hunt
Find, make, or draw 10 of the 12 items from the list to be a Scavenger Scholar!

Beat You to Five (and Beat You to Ten)
Counting game in which players race to cover all of their game board spaces.

Math Dots Bingo
Count and identify quantities and claim 3 spaces in a row, column, or on the diagonal to win.

Numbers & Ten-Frames Bingo
Identify and match numbers and quantities from 2 to 10 and claim 3 spaces in a line to win.

Which Shape Will Win?
Spin the shape spinner and color in the shapes. The first shape with a full column wins.

Shapes & Numbers Tic-Tac-Toe
Match shapes and quantities you find in the world to claim 3 spaces in a line and win.

Which Teddy Bear Will Win?
Toss coins and mark heads or tails to help the teddy bears win their race.

Roll and Write
Roll the dice, count the dots and write the number to fill up 3 or more columns. Which number will win?

Which Numeral Will Win?
Pull a number from the cup, then trace or write the number on the record sheet to fill up 2 or more rows. Which numeral will win?

Which Bug Will Win?
Spin and record to help the teddy bears keep track of the bugs they find.

Penny Candy Game
Be the first to collect 10 or more pennies and 10 or more pieces of "candy" on your game board to win.

# Math Tools for Math Games

Digital dice and spinners can be found online, or you can make your own dice or spinners from materials that you have at home. MLC's free Math Apps might also help you explore math games as well as Activities of the Day. Here are some links and ideas to help you get started.

## Random Number Generator

Looking for an online alternative for dice, spinners, or number cards? Google's random number generator will provide a number between any 2 numbers you choose. Does the game you want to play need a spinner with the numbers 4–9? Set your minimum number at 4 and your maximum number at 9. Click generate and a number will appear at random. It’s a quick and easy way to get the numbers you need to play math games.