Printables for Homeschoolers and Religious Education Teachers

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Math Games for Homeschoolers and Educators

Sweet Shop Math Game


One of the best ways that we have found to reinforce math concepts is through simple game play.  Sometimes the games are a bit simple like flashcards and simple counters.  Other times the games we've created are a bit more intricate like The Grocer's Daily Special which focuses on adding money and multiplication skills at the same time.  At any rate, each game we offer you is tried and tested from our family to yours and has been met with smiles and positive skill development.

Our math games are bright and vibrant, and encourage not only independent learning, but many games can build bonds between siblings.  If colored ink is an issue for you, simply print out our games in grayscale using your printer's settings.  Although some games require some cutting and preparation, it is well worth the effort.  Try infusing some fun in your homeschool learning sessions with our free math games.


Math Game Focus Areas

The Busy Baker Math Game Math Counters Multiples of Love Set Math Decimal Place Game Math Shape Run Around Game

Addition & Subtraction

Counter Sets


Geometry & Shapes

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Hexaflash Math Cards Happy Harvest Graphing Math Game Grocer's Daily Special Math Game



Multiplication & Division

Ordinal Numbers

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Sweet Shop Candy Math Game    

Problem Solving


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*TIPS: -Print, cut and laminate game pieces for durability.

-Using a laser jet printer with card stock/heavier bond paper can be better for game creations. Why? The heavier bond paper provides more durability as it decreases the probability of tearing, crushing or creasing pieces. Secondly, inkjet ink runs with water (or "spittle") and it fades faster over time. Lastly, in the long run, per page use, laser jet usage can be cheaper than ink jet.

-If coloured ink is an issue for you, simply print out our games in grayscale using your printer's settings.

-Some games can require a bit of cutting to prepare for play. Consider purchasing a portable paper cutter or full-armed cutter to speed things up. If this is not an option for your family, you can always ask an older child to help as an act of charity toward their siblings (and mama too.)