# Fun Positive and Negative Integers Games

Our free educational games are used by more than 20,000 teachers & homeschooling parents!

Subtracting and Adding Negative Numbers

### Speedboat Negative Numbers

In every trial you will be given two math problems.

Click the problem which has a positive result, and your speedboat will be sent to its way. Every such click on a problem with a positive result will accelerate your speedboat more and more.

Your goal is to pass the other speedboats and finish the track first.

You can choose from three levels of difficulty of problems.

Integers & Negative Numbers:

Addition, Subtraction & Multiplication

### Town Creator - Integers

This is a magnificent game!

Start by choosing whether to practice addition & subtraction or multiplication of integers.

In the beginning, the town starts empty. Every correct answer, will add a new structure to it.

Every 10 correct answers will advance you one level further, in which you can add a different kind of structures.

Integers & Negative Numbers:

Addition, Subtraction & Multiplication

### Sea Life - Integers & Negatives

Let's take the submarine for a ride and explore the deep sea!

You can practice in this game addition and subtraction of integers, and also multiplication.

While answering math problem, you will gradually create a beautiful scene of the deep sea.

Start by adding simple sea plants, and finish with adding whales, dolphins and sharks.

Ordering Negative Numbers

### Number Balls

This game will present you with various moving balls which have numbers on them. Some of the numbers are of positive value, and some of negative.

Click the balls in ascending order, from the smallest number to the largest.

These games are about negative numbers and how they factor into positive integers through addition and subtraction.

The activities ask students to demonstrate their knowledge of negative numbers by providing them with equations that utilize them, or by asking them to sort out numbers based on their size, from smallest to largest or vice versa.

Students will enjoy these fun exercises and teachers will be able to track their progress based on each studentâ€™s performance.

The games allow students to level up when they score highly, giving them correspondingly challenging exercises and increasing their potential for learning!

These games are great for fifth-grade students and others interested in online integer practice.