Develop a love for maths in children from a young age using the Number Games Activities. Kindergarten is the time you start making friends with numbers. Children begin counting objects, representing numbers, tell one more, one less, etc. We have provided colorful activities and are sure that your little one will learn math in a fun and engaging way. Develop Spatial Awareness by counting objects in different arrangements.
Number Games for Kids focuses on basic number recognition and are designed to build critical thinking skills. Math Number Games develop an understanding of math in a fun way. They apply this knowledge to solve problems by comparing numbers, counting objects, etc. These Fun Activities will develop counting skills, number sense in Kindergarten.
Number Games for Kindergarten
Read the following number table of 1-100 numbers and answer the questions framed on it.
(a) above 55 45 (m) left of 60 ____
(b) left of 33 ____ (n) below 54 ____
(c) right of 62 ____ (o) right of 43 ____
(d) below 42 ____ (p) above 77 ____
(e) above 80 ____ (q) above 80 ____
(f) right of 72 ____ (r) left of 58 ____
(g) below 55 ____ (s) right of 73 ____
(h) left of 47 ____ (t) left of 53 ____
(i) below 39 ____ (u) below 26 ____
(j) right of 49 ____ (v) above 44 ____
(k) below 36 ____ (w) below 85 ____
(l) right of 75 ____ (x) right of 98 ____
(a) above 55 45 (m) below 10 __20__
(b) left of 33 __34__ (n) below 54 __64__
(c) right of 62 __63__ (o) right of 43 _44___
(d) below 42 __52__ (p) above 77 _67___
(e) above 80 __81__ (q) above 80 __70__
(f) right of 72 __73__ (r) left of 58 __59__
(g) below 55 _65___ (s) right of 73 _74___
(h) left of 47 _46___ (t) left of 53 ___54_
(i) below 39 __49__ (u) below 26 _36___
(j) right of 49 _50___ (v) above 44 _34___
(k) below 36 _46___ (w) below 85 __95__
(l) right of 75 _76___ (x) right of 98 __99__
2. Count the Objects and Make a Match with the Numbers accordingly in the following figure.
3. The below figure includes several objects followed by numbers. Simply count the numbers and circle or mark the number of objects among the numbers given. This activity can help you develop both counting skills and number awareness as well. If you want take a printout of it for free and practice whenever you want.
4. Fill in the Missing Numbers in the Grid of Numbers 1-50 Shown Below and write the numbers in a sequence.
5. Each player will be given a piece of paper having 25 empty grids. All of them are asked to fill out the numbers of their choice between 1-25. You can start the game by picking a number and saying it aloud. If the Number called out exists in the grid strikeout. Do so, until one of the players continues and strikes all 25 on their grid. In the BINGO Number Game of 1-25 fill the free space so that all the numbers are present.
Solution: The Free Space Grid will have 13 in it as it is the only number missing of all the 25 numbers.