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Numbers, usually you either love them or hate them, which side you come down on depends on the experiences that you had during your paito canadia school and classroom days. Looking at the top numbers games available online will change your view of numbers and you will find that they can be fun.

Most numbers games are usually based on simple arithmetic, but often against a timer to make sure that your grey matter is working well. The game ‘Numbers’ for instance gives you a target number on the right hand side, then all you have to do is click on the numbers on the board that add up to it. Sounds simple, but panic can set in when the clock is ticking.

Did you know, that as well as being fun it has been proven that playing logic and numbers puzzles helps to keep the brain active no matter how old or young you are. Along this theme, Sudoku took the world by storm a few years ago when it became well known amongst much of the western world. It is has been said “The number placement game so addictive that it has caused people to miss their train stops”.

Another variety of the number game is called ‘Arith 24’, you take the face value of playing cards, and by multiplying, adding or dividing them by each other you have to get them to add up to the value of the target card, not too dissimilar to countdown in games logic, except with playing cards. This one is also good if you play card games regularly.

Number guessing is one of the top games that requires no number skills at all. You are presented with a board of numbers from 1 to 99 and by a series of ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answers the game guesses the number that you have selected, which is impressive and works as long as you don’t cheat and change your number halfway through. You can also read about how it works, but it might spoil the fun!

If problem solving is your thing (and some people really enjoy a challenge) Why not try Combination Lock, you have to find out the numbers that open the padlock in this game that could have you scratching your head. You figure out the combination by using the number clues the game gives, it works through a process of elimination, and should you find it easy you can get the game to crank up harder puzzles.

We want to make Math learning fun for you and your kids so let us help you design math number games that can be enjoyed by everyone. Remember that when your kids have fun learning and enjoying these games they will be stimulated to play the games over and over again thus spending time developing important math skills.

There are some games that you can invent or re-invent. Games that you enjoy when you were a kid can be re-invented by modifying the rules to make them a family game or make them into a board game. Here are some old games that you and I played a long time ago which you can introduce to your kids:

  1. Link the Dots Game. The object of the game is for a player to link a set of dots to create a square and with every square you create you can own it by putting your initial. The number of squares that have been completed will then be counted for each player. Each player will also have to try as much as possible to block the other player from completing a square.
  2. Numbers Scrabble. The whole family can also play a numbers scrabble game. Using the standard scrabble board, letters and even the rules you will just need to add the rule that only numbers in words will be allowed to be put on the board.
  3. Match-the-Hole game. From scrap styrofoam cut out various shapes or a figure that can be completed using a combination of shapes. Now create or use the cut outs for the kids to insert into the empty spaces. It would be fun to make figures that would need different shapes to complete.

It would be fun to be able to include everyone when playing Math number games because it would allow anyone to participate in the game whatever his/her skill level is. Besides playing together makes all of us become kids again aside from teaching our kids new concepts and motivating them to practice whatever concepts they have already learned.

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