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You can choose the numbers to practice

You can choose the numbers to practice, and whether to have problems with regrouping or without.

In this calm and creative game, you get to build a town by adding trees, houses, vehicles and more.

Try to make it all the way to the last level to add beautiful world landmarks.

You can choose the numbers to practice

In this beautiful game, you get to practice addition while making your won underwater oceanic environment!

Before you start playing, choose the number range you wish to practice.

This game is suitable for kids from preschool (adding numbers up to 5) to 1st and 2nd grade (adding numbers up to 500).

Number Range: You Choose It

Save the little goldfish by shooting the sharks with the correct answers to the problems shown on the bottom.

Clicking the correct shark will blow him into pieces, but clicking the wrong shark will only send him downwards faster towards the goldfish...

Number Range: You Choose It

Central Park Fun

Numbered blimps will be floating above the Central Park.

Click the blimp with the correct answer to the problem that appears on the top, to have the park's colorful visitors walking in.

Answer 20 questions to win the game.

Number Range: You Choose It

Help the witch defend her castle from the dragons attacks.

Click the dragons with the correct answers to the problems that appear on the screen, and don't let them catch the witch.

Number Range: You Choose It

Try to fly the balloons to the top of the Washington Monument, by clicking correctly the balloons with the answers to the given problems.

When you succeed you will get to learn some interesting facts about the monument.

Number Range: You Choose It

Can you reach the top of the Empire State Building?

Click the balloons with the correct answers to the math questions that appear above, to have them fly higher and higher.

In the end, you will learn some interesting facts regarding the Empire State Building.

Educational Benefits

This list of games is ideal for kids at ages 6 and 7.

All of these free, interactive activities can be a great complementary exercise for math lessons, and help the kids test their skills when necessary.

Each drill will ask students to add together numbers, from simple problems with single digits to more complicated ones when students are ready for them.

They are presented in a style kids will enjoy and find extremely fun, which boosts their learning!

Since there is such a variety of games, there is something for everyone - if the exercise is too demanding or not demanding enough, the student can easily find another one to suit his or her needs.