Math: Middle School Games

Browse through our middle school math activities below. These games will keep kids entertained while they learn middle school math concepts.  If you have similar games to share, add them in the "comments" section on the bottom of this page.

 

 
Adding and Subtracting Fractions Board Game

 


In this online board game you have to add and subtract fractions with common and different denominators.
 
Decimals Play Value

 

Decimals Play
Value

 


Solve problems about place value in decimals in this interactive football math game.
 
Integers

 


Integers Jeopardy
 



This game has 4 categories: adding integers, subtracting integers, multiplying integers, and dividing integers. You can play it alone or in teams


 

 
Fraction Concentration


Test your memory while evaluating and reducing fractions to find equivalent fractions. This game can be played as a one player game or a two player game.
 


 

Division Derby
 

Division Derby is a 12-player race game for division. Each student has a pony in the race. Correct answers power the pony through the race. Whichever pony reaches the finish line first wins! Up to 12 players can play at once.

 


 

Orbit Integers
 

Orbit Integers is a multi-player racing game practing integer addition. How quickly the student correctly answers the problem determines how fast the spaceship will go. Whoever reaches the finish line first wins! Up to 4 players can play at once.

 

 

Square Roots
Game
 

Play this exciting square roots game to sharpen your skills about adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, simplifying, estimating, and graphing expressions with radicals.


 

 



Clocks and Time
 





This is a interesting interactive game which makes math learning enjoyable and interesting. 

 

 

Probability
 


A game of skill, luck and mathematics! What could be more fun?


 


 

Algebraic
Reasoning
 

Learn how to think algebraically with these clever weighing scales. Levels 1 and 2 contain two scales. Level 3 is more difficult and has three scales. Your goal is to determine the weight of one or more of the objects.



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