We have compiled an EPIC list of math websites, apps and games for kids that come highly recommended by teachers or by members of our Facebook Group (which you absolutely must join, if you haven’t yet!). All of our Free Lesson Plans have a math component, but we get asked all the time for more math resources, so we put this together for you!
The majority of math apps and websites are free, however, some of them are only free during the current Coronavirus / COVID-19 period. So to make it easy to differentiate, anything marked with an asterisk (*) either costs money now or will cost money at some point in the future. If you have any suggestions for other great math websites, games or apps, please leave a comment on this post or post them in our Facebook Group! We will continually be updating this list, so save it on Pinterest and check back often (and while you are on Pinterest, follow us here!)
Free Math Apps for Kids
RV App Studios Math Apps
Duck, Duck Moose / Moose Math Review
Duck Duck Moose is now owned by Khan Academy and is a fun (free!) math app that is definitely a good option!
Little Big Play Math Game App
Little Big Play is a free math app features nine different puzzles and math games that help your child to practice math facts.
ABCMouse Mastering Math App Review
ABCMouse has a free mastering math app that will adjust the level based on how well your child is doing. It covers addition, subtraction, place value, number sentences, counting and comparing numbers. This app is available in both English and Spanish, which is a pretty cool feature too!
Free Math Games for Kids
Prodigy Math Game Review
Prodigy is an amazingly fun (if not, addictive!!!) way to get your kids hooked on math. Anyone can access the program for free here. The upgrades and premium level are totally optional. My kids love the free version! Secret Insider Tip: Sign-up as a teacher (rather than as a parent), because it will give you more options that way!
*Dreambox Math Game Review
Dreambox is a math game for Kindergarten – 8th grade. To access the full program, you do have to pay for it or your school can apply for a grant. However, the good news is that you can try out three of their learning environments for free here!
Cool Math Game Review
Cool Math Games is a website with lots of fun number games, as well as games to work on logic and strategy (like chess, checkers and Sudoku puzzles!).
Math Playground Game Review
Math Playground has tons of free math games for first through sixth grades. Their website has math videos, a math arcade, story math, logic games and math games. Some of the topics that they cover are addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, shapes, graphs and thinking blocks.
Cool Math 4 Kids Review
CoolMath4Kids.com covers addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, patterns and number lines, using fun games like Grand Prix Multiplication, Alien Addition and Dirt Bike Fractions. The website also covers math lessons, quizzes, manipulatives and brain teasers. You can also sort the games by grade. They cover Kindergarten through 6th grade math.
ABCya Math Review
ABCya is a fun, educational game website that covers math, as well as ELA subjects and more. They cover Preschool through 6th grades. There are lots of free games, however, there are also premium games that cost money. However, if you only play the free games, it is worth checking their website out!
Free Math Lessons
XtraMath is a nonprofit organization based in Seattle that is “dedicated to math achievement for all.” Their website and math lessons are completely free, but the XtraMath App does have a small fee but is TOTALLY worth while. Checkout the amazing Amazon reviews!
Sumdog Math Review
Sumdog helps your child practice both math and spelling. The suggested age range is from five through fourteen years old. It is currently free for everyone, due to COVID-19. Sumdog also has an app (with stellar Amazon reviews!).
Khan Academy Math Review
Khan Academy is a free, comprehensive educational website with fantastic math lessons (as well as a wide variety of other subjects.)
Math Fact Cafe – Free Math Worksheet Generator
Sometimes you just want to go back to the basics – math fact worksheets. Math Fact Cafe is an amazingly well-kept secret that lets you generate custom math worksheets! You can pick by grade level (Kindergarten through fifth grade), or by problem types (basic facts, multiplication tables, counting by numbers, word problems, money or telling time). Then within each problem type, there are TONS of options for customizing the perfect math worksheets for your kids! Check it out here.
Yummy Math Review
Yummy Math is such a cool concept! They feature loads of real-world math activities. For example, they will post a photo of a price menu from a real deli restaurant that has two price columns: one for a regular sandwich and the other for a “BIG one” sandwich that is 30% bigger. They have to figure out if the “BIG one” is a good deal for all sandwiches, some sandwiches or none at all. Definitely worth checking out this website.
Freckle Math Review
Freckle covers Kindergarten though ninth grade math and is free at this website. There are premium accounts for schools and school districts, but you do not need that! Freckle will give your child a diagnostic test and then continually calibrate to be sure it is customizing the math problems to their skill level.
White Rose Maths Review
White Rose Maths has partnered with BBC Bitesize to offer a huge set of free math lessons from year one through eight (in the U.K. they don’t use the term “grades,” but rather, they use the term “year one,” “year two” etc.) Some of the worksheets are only available for premium members, but either way, the free video lessons are worth watching! You can access them here.
BBC Bitesize Review
BBC Bitesize has a fantastic collection of educational lessons on their website, which include math, English, history, geography, science and more. They have material for children five though fifteen years old.
*Matific Math Review
Matific is designed by pedagogical experts to provide a personalize math experience for Kindergarten through sixth grade students. The website is free due to COVID-19, but then will return to full price.
*Happy Numbers Math Stories Review
Happy Numbers is a math program for grades Preschool – 5th grade. It is currently free, due to Coronavirus, but after that it will go back to normal price, unfortunately.
*MobyMax Math Review
MobyMax finds the gaps in what your child knows about math and then fills them! They claim to be able to increase a student by a full grade level with just 20 hours of work. You can try their website for free, but ultimately, there is a fee if you choose to continue (unless your school pays for a license).
*iknowit Math Review
Iknowit is an interactive math website for Kindergarten through fifth grade. It is currently free, due to COVID-19, but then will charge a fee.
*Adapted Mind Math Review
Adapted Mind is a website that makes math and reading fun for Kindergarten through sixth grades. You can try it for free for a month, but then they charge a fee.
*Education.com Math Worksheets Review
While Education.com is not free, they do offer a few free worksheet downloads every month, and are a good option for a one-stop website to download math worksheets (and materials for other subjects).
Study Island is free at the moment, due to Coronavirus, and has lots of test prep for Kindergarten through 12th grades math, ELA, science and social studies. You can sign-up for your free trial here.
*Zearn Math Review
Zearn is free for now, because of COVID-19. You can sign-up for Zearn’s free math lessons and curriculum here.
*IXL Math Review
IXL is not free, unless your school has paid for it and given you a login, but so many of our readers have mentioned their website as a great resource for math lessons, that we decided to include it (at the very end of the list!).
*Redbird Math Review
Redbird Math is a digital education program to teach kids math, language arts and writing. It was developed by Stanford University (and is part of McGraw Hill) and has tremendous amounts of science and technology to back their research and results. This program does have a fee, but we though it was worth mentioning (as we did with IXL above).
Middle School Math Websites
There are, of course, plenty of options for middle schoolers in the list above, but here are options that are specifically (and only) for kids in sixth through eighth grades.
Cool Math Review
Cool Math has free math lessons on their website that cover Pre-Algebra (including factors, primes and decimals), Algebra (including exponents, lines and functions) and Pre-Calculus.
The BEST Math Board Games
Prime Club is a fun math board game that reinforces addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It is perfect for ages 10 years old and up.
Sum Swamp is a math game that develops early math skills like addition and subtraction, while players make their way through a colorful swamp. It is designed for ages five years old and up.
Proof! Mental Math Game
Proof! is a teacher’s choice gold award winner and has absolutely glowing reviews. It is a fast-paced math board game that is focused on improving mental math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and even square roots! This is a fun one for both adults and kids (ages nine and up, though you can adapt the rules to include younger kids!)
ThinkFun Math Dice Game
ThinkFun is an inexpensive and fun way to practice your early math skills. It is also small enough to make it super portable. We often keep this in the car to bring in to fast casual restaurants when we need to kill some extra time between activities!