Math Games for Grade 4

Adding the Fun in Math With Games For Grade 4

When your kids enter 4th grade, there’s a good chance they’ll begin to feel discouraged by math. Easier concepts that appeared more fun before could suddenly appear difficult and even confusing. 

Simple activities like reading math problems aloud, integrating math concepts into everyday tasks, and practicing math through cooking, could help your child develop an interest in math,

Another great way to get your kids to love math is by playing fun math games for grade 4.

Osmo’s Fun Math Games for Grade 4

Osmo offers a range of hands-on kits and math games for grade 4 that include:

  1. Numbers – Fun Math Game For Grade 4 to Learn Counting & More
  2. Play with physical tiles and learn to count, add, subtract, and multiply as you embark on an amazing mathematical adventure! Explore more about numbers.

  3. Pizza Co. – Fast-Paced Mental Math Game for Grade 4
  4. Run your own pizza shop, cater to customers’ requests, and manage your profits to grow your business! Cook up math and money skills today.

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  5. Math Champion Bundle – Math Games Kit For Grade 4 to Learn Addition and Subtraction
  6. Learn addition & subtraction, nonverbal communication skills, fast-paced mental math, and more.

  7. Math Wizard Game Bundle – Magical Math Games for Grade 4
  8. Enter a world of potions and rare dragons as you play fun-filled games! You’ll learn addition, subtraction, and measurement on this curriculum-inspired, self-paced learning adventure. Explore Math Wizard Game Bundle, Now!

Reducing Screen Time? Try Offline Math Games for Grade 4

We know being in front of a screen all day could get exhausting. These offline math games for grade 4 could be great alternatives to online modes of learning:

  1. Decimal Practice
  2. Looking for fun math games for grade 4 that can be played offline? Your search ends here. For this decimal game, line kids up and assign them random numbers. Once they stand in line, test their decimal knowledge by saying “Number 3, line up in hundreds place”, etc.

  3. Dress Up + Math
  4. Take a few sticky notes and write down fractions and decimals on suitable cloth pairings. For example, write down the fraction ½ on a sticky note and put it on several shirts, and then write down the decimal 0.5 on a sticky note, and put it on a pair of several pants. Not only are they matching fractions with their decimals, but they are playing dress-up too!

  5. Rounding Up Numbers
  6. This could make for a super fun activity! Maybe a little chaotic, but still fun. Begin by writing a number each on a sheet of paper, underlining the specific place you want it to be rounded up to. (For example, 6,943 would be rounded up to 6,900) Pass out many sheets like these with different numbers to each child. Let them crumple them up and have a fun snowball fight for around 30 seconds. Then, instruct them to open the crumpled up ball they have and read out the number – by rounding it up correctly.

Try both these offline and online math games for grade 4 to put the fun in math! And don’t forget to check the rest of our website for several other educational games that teach science, art, geography, coding, and more.