Free Online Math Activities
Games And Websites For Kids

You can waste lots of time hunting for the best online math activities for your child.  I will help by giving you the TOP PICKS recommended by homeschooling families.

You can benefit - because homeschoolers have often spent the most time searching for the best and telling their friends!

Some of the online math games are fun but there isn't much that you could say was 'educational', other websites are boring and full of adverts.

Google isn't much help; the high ranking math websites for kids aren't necessarily the ones your child will like - or, if they do, you might not!

free online math activities

This is my daughter Catherine pretending she really does enjoy math - especially when Mom has got the camera!

My children William and Catherine have been using different online math games for kids ever since we started homeschool.

Children have different tastes in maths sites and what one loves, another hates.

So if you have a site you love, please contact me and I will share it.

Math Websites For Kids

Here are the top free maths websites for kids that my children William and Catherine have enjoyed in our homeschool and/or have been suggested by members of my Courageous Homeschooling Facebook support group.

See what your children think of these sites:

prodigy math

"Try Prodigy Math. It's free, it's fun and you as the teacher have control over what lessons they learn as well as access to reports on their progress.  It truly looks and feels like playing a video game."

~ Angie, Courageous Homeschooling Facebook support group

You can use the free version - you don't need to pay. 

One member of my Courageous Homeschooling group who bought membership said you don't get any additional features in terms of the educational side; you are just given extra powers. 

In fact she says the only good thing is you stop getting bugged about buying membership all the time (!)....But you don't need membership as such.

"Prodigy is great!" ~ Maria, Courageous Homeschooling support group

cool math games

" My son age 6 likes this." ~ Mandy

"I second cool math games." ~ Diana

hit the button
  • Hit the Button is recommended by Sheila for 6-11 year-olds and is great for online math activities if your child loves quick fire math games.

You can find more help on learning your times tables, including teaching tips and a free e-book of activities and ideas, here.

Khan Academt

"My daughter loves Math on Khan Academy," ~ Diana

"My kids especially like Khan Academy." ~ Maria

"We used Khan Academy - it had you do 5 problems in a row - if you got 5 right you moved on - if not it sent you back to practice. BUT it also had each problem solo on a page (the screen) - and honestly worksheets don't work for me or the kids." ~ Allie

  • Anyone who knows anything about us knows we love the free Khan Academy.  It has tons of free math resources and is an inspirational free resource for online homeschool learning in all subjects.
pbs math
  • For little ones, PBS Math has lots of online games for young children covering shape, space, number and counting.
johnie's math pages
  • You'll see from our Geometry activities that we found some good free maths games for kids on Johnnie's Math Pages.  Johnnie is a mentor teacher in elementary maths and his site has lots of maths activities which combine free maths games with learning. Highly recommended.
bbc online maths site
  • Numbers are international!  The BBC has got lots of very good resources for ages 4-11 covering numbers, time, times tables, space and shape.
  • Cool Maths For Kids. William and Catherine like this site; I don't think you learn much homeschool maths!

Best Free UK Math Websites

These are the best free online math activities sites recommended by home educators:

manga high math site
  • Manga High You need to register the name of your school (Homeschool Academy is a good name for your school!) to take advantage of this free site.  The great thing about this site is that wherever you live you can type in the level and grade of activities you want. Good for kids who like blasting numbers and time trials.
e maths
  • E-Maths is an online interactive UK math site with lots of free interactive resources for both students and teachers.  You click on the years to get the list of freebies and it covers right from elementary up through high school.

Free Math Games For Kids

There's no doubt that the way to make maths fun for your kids is to spend as much time as you can together doing homeschool fun activities.

You'll see that we started homeschool at preschool age with preschool math and carried on through First and Second Grade until by Third Grade we were at the stage of playing fun family board games.

Settlers of Catan

Then we moved on to making our own free board games too!

And if you're struggling with fractions you'll find online math activities, games and websites to help.

fractions

I have no doubt that the secret of success is to take maths out of the classroom and show your children how numbers work in real life.

An essential part of developing maths skills is building self-confidence. Online maths activities and games sites can definitely help with that.

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