Preschool Math Games

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Painter Floyd Puzzle
Painter Floyd Puzzle
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Painter Floyd Puzzle
Kids must piece together this artsy puzzle, featuring painter Floyd and his muse.
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 Dino Photoshoot: Identify Numbers 1-10
Dino Photoshoot: Identify Numbers 1-10
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Dino Photoshoot: Identify Numbers 1-10
This dinosaur-themed game is a fun way to help early learners practice identifying numbers 0–10.
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Spot the Swans
Spot the Swans
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Spot the Swans
Let's sort at the lake! Kids must spot the swans among the ducks in this sweet game.
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Most Least Ski Racer
Most Least Ski Racer
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Most Least Ski Racer
Go ski racer, go! Get ahead in this game by jumping the pile with the most snowballs.
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Bone Catcher 2
Bone Catcher 2
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Bone Catcher 2
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Bone Catcher 3
Bone Catcher 3
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Bone Catcher 3
Practice your motor skills in this fun bone chasing game!
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Whack-a-Duck
Whack-a-Duck
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Whack-a-Duck
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Preschool Math Games

Help spark your child's love for math right from the start with our interactive preschool math games! Little learners will have a blast developing fundamental math skills like number and shape recognition with the help of bright animation and friendly characters that bring the concepts to life. Your child's math journey begins today with these preschool math games!
Learning about numbers for the first time can be difficult for little ones. With Education.com's math games, designed by teaching professionals just for preschoolers, your child will develop number sense easily with interactive activities that bring numbers to life. While older students can work with abstract concepts like equations, preschoolers learn best with concrete representations they can visualize and manipulate. Our preschool math games allow your child to grow their number skills in a way that feels familiar for them, using shape and color recognition to easily identify numbers and how they relate to each other. Start with a simple challenge to build their confidence, such as sorting by color or searching for the right shape. Then try a more advanced activity, such as speed counting up to 20 or completing a number puzzle, where students can stretch their number recognition, understanding of shapes, and fine motor skills. If your preschooler is flying through these games and is ready for the next level, jump ahead to our collection of kindergarten math games.