Printable Arithmetic Game Worksheets
Welcome to the edu-games arithmetic games center. Here you can find a great collection of free printable arithmetic games for elementary and middle school. On many other websites with math worksheets you will find just prepared pdf files, where you don't have any control to adjust the worksheets to your liking.
Why is it different on this website?
All the worksheet on the edu-games website are dynamically generated with your adjustments. That means that you have control over the content of the worksheets. You can create the worksheets exactly to the level / grade of your students. It cost only a couple of seconds before the worksheet is created and ready to be downloaded. Because of how it works, no worksheet is the same, which means you really have unlimited number of worksheets that you can download.
The worksheet contains the answer sheet for the teacher and the puzzle / game to solve for the students.
The number of worksheets keep growing. To help you find as fast as possible the worksheet you are looking for, I have categorized the worksheet per grade and also per topic. In the menu on the left you should be able to find your math worksheet quickly.
What if you cannot find your worksheet?
Contact me (on the bottom of every page). Write briefly what you need and I will see if I can create this worksheet for you.
I would like to keep the games for free, but I have me costs keeping up the website. Please like or share the games on social media like facebook, twitter etc. This will help me to cover the costs of the website. Thank you.
Arithmetic Games Worksheets
back to top
This is a addictive adding up puzzle. You will get a grid, with around the grid the totals of the columns and rows.The numbers in the middle of the grid are all mixed up. Place the numbers in the correct space, so that it adds up with the numbers on the outside of the grid.
You have to find the path in this addition maze. Start at the entrance and solve the addition problem then go to the path with the correct answer and so on. If you do this correctly you will the pot full of gold!
Addition squares are an excellent way to practice addition skills combined with logic thinking. These puzzles can be used in grade 1 to 6. Complete the puzzle by filling in the numbers in the empty squares, so that then rows and columns adds up with the sum printed around the puzzle.
Addition sum search a a great game to practice addition. Find connecting numbers that makes a total of the given sum. The numbers can be connected horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Addition Wheels are a great way to practice additions. You can choose to make colored wheels to make it more attractive for your kids.
An arithmagon is a polygon (here a triangle) with the operands at its vertices and the sums of the vertices written on the edges. The students have to fill in the missing numbers in the triangle.
The Arithmetic crossword puzzle maker creates a basic crossword worksheet for grade 1, 2, or 3. It is a puzzle with only adding and subtractions equations.
Balance the scale is a great introduction to algebra for the first grade. The goal is to make two equations on the scale has the same outcome.
Connect Four Addition is a roll the dice game to pay in with a group. One kid roll two dice. All the kids in the group add the number of the two dice. They have to cover the sum on their card. First player to get 4 in a row wins the game.
Countdown numbers game is a challenging math game. You get a target number and 6 random numbers, with these random number you have to make the target number. Use adding, subtracing, dividing and multiplying to get to the answer.
The students have to find squares that are connected and makes a sum of exactly 10.The squares can be connected horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
The games is based on magic squares. You have to fill a 3 x 3 grid with the numbers of 1 - 9. The numbers in the row and columns must be the same as the numbers printed around the puzzle. The puzzle is a combination of math- and logic game.
There is a number, called the Sum and behind the Sum are 3 squares. Each square contains 4 numbers. Only 3 numbers of the 4 numbers add up the Sum. Your task is to find which numbers in which square is the solution. Good Luck!
The Math Bingo game is a variant of the well known bingo. This variant the numbers are not announced, but a mathematical problem. The players need to find the answer on their bingo card.
It is a fun game to practice the math skills of the students.
This is a program you can download to create on your own computer the worksheets with crossword puzzles. In the program you can choose which operations will be used in the crossword puzzle.
The game is a variation of the famous domino game. But on the stones contains no spots but arithmetic sums. While playing the game, the student will pratice their math skills.
All the bricks of the pyramid have a number. But through the years you cannot see all the numbers anymore. You have to found out what the missing numbers are. The only thing you know is that the brick on top of the other 2 bricks contains the sum of the numbers of the bricks.
This is a fun game for practicing basic arithmetic operations. The kids finds on the worksheet a snake. The snake should be filled with numbers, but they are missing. They get a starting number. With this number, a given operator and operand they can calculate the next number. With is new number they can find the next number and so on, until they reached the tail of the snake.
A fun game that combines math skills with logical thinking. In the puzzle you get the answers and operators. You need to find where to place the operands. The operands are from 1 - 9 and you are only allowed to used them once. It sounds easier then it is.
The worksheet contains a triangle made out of fields. Some fields contains a number. The students have to complete the triangle by adding or substracting the numbers from the two fields above.
On the worksheet the student find several sums. All sums have 2 operators and the result. But the operands are missing. They need to find the correct operands.
On the worksheet the student find several sums. All sums have 3 values and the result. But the operators are missing. They need to find the correct operators. To make it more challenging, there are no brackets printed to indicate the priority. To do this correctly the students also have to draw the brackets.
A multiplication arithmagon is a polygon (here a triangle) with the factors at its vertices and the products of the vertices written on the edges. The students have to fill in the missing numbers in the triangle.
You have to find the path in this multiplication maze. Start at the entrance and solve the multiplication problem then go to the path with the correct answer and so on. If you do this correctly you will the pot full of gold!
Multiplication squares are an excellent way to practice multiplication and dividing skills combined with logic thinking. These puzzles can be used in grade 3 to 6.
Multiplication Times Table Mazes are a great way to practice the multiplications tables. Instead of learning boring tables, the kids have to find the path with the correct answers in a grid.
Multiplication Wheels are a great way to practice multiplications. You can choose to make colored wheels to make it more attractive for your kids.
The worksheet contains a print of a panel of a safe, with 10 buttons with a number. To open the safe you have to press 4 buttons. And the total sum of the buttons must be exactly 100.
You start on the tile with the start arrow. Find the path that leads from a first number to a last, adding as you go to find that sum. The sum of all the tiles must be the same as in the last tile. If the sum is correct you have found the secret trail!
You have to find the path in this subtraction maze. Start at the entrance and solve the subtraction problem then go to the path with the correct answer and so on. If you do this correctly you will the pot full of gold!