Games aimed at capturing the imagination of children are usually based on an educational theme more or less mathematical. They are mainly additive types that subject the child to counting of numbers, symbols in informatively engaging way. They are suitable for all ages and academic levels for kids ranging from nursery to those in the sixth grade. The degree of their challenge is determined by the academic level of the child.
Games that cover the kindergarten stage include skillful addition games on everyday things like counting numbers in coin value so that the child can understand that they are performing a function done in the day to day world of buying and selling of items. Grade one pupils learn to handle graphical shapes and simple addition and subtraction problems that are complementary to what they learn at class. Those in grade two have developed recognition senses in their mind and play with identification samples like adding values to bring a known result and so forth. Games for grade three kids are designed to tap into their factual knowledge of mathematical signs like plus, minus and multiplication signs by use of calculators with these signs on them.
The fourth grade learners play games of mixed types and probability calculations that test on their analytical skills. These are basically aimed at developing the scientific methods of the child while providing them with ample recreation of stipulation. Those in the fifth grade play numerical games around decimal points and making percentages of their samples. Grade six pupils play games that are a little complex and challenging like varying numbers in their respective arrangements.
Generally, these mathematical games are a fundamental starting ground for children before and after they enter normal schooling for they keep their minds busy and enhances their memories in other areas of education.