Welcome to the Math Salamanders Math Logic Games.
Here you will find a wide range of free printable Math Games to help your child develop their strategic and logical thinking skills.
Using games is a great way to learn Math facts and develop mental calculation skills in a fun and easy way.
Children will pick up a whole range of skills through playing games naturally and informally.
Encouraging your child to play math games and puzzles like sodoku and chess will also help develop their logical reasoning.
Using these math games below will help your child to develop their Math fact skills as well as their strategic thinking and memory skills.
The great thing about most of the games below are that kids
of all ages can play them, but the games themselves become more
interesting and complex the older children are.
The complexity of the game increases as their strategic thinking improves.
Learning to play these games is also a great way into games like chess, and other more complex logical games. All these Math logic games below, apart from the last game, are pure strategy games which do not need number knowledge to play.
Have fun using these free Math Logic Games...we hope you enjoy them!
Salamander Fish Out is a simple environmental game which involves
removing a certain number of 'fish' from the lake on each turn.
The aim of the game is to avoid being the player who fishes out the last fish (so destroying the future fish stock for the lake).
Although this game is suitable from the age of kindergarten, it is very good at developing strategic thinking skills in older children.
Salamander Fish Out Game
Grade: Kindergarten and up
Number of players: 2
Learning: Counting to 5, strategic thinking.
River Crossing is a game which needs cunning and strategy for
both players in order for them to win the game.
A salamander is trying to cross a river. However, the river is full of four very large, hungry fish.
The aim of the game for the salamander is to cross the river and successfully get to the other side.
The aim of the game for the fish is to trap the salamander.
Spider Attack is a strategy game which is played with very unequal sides,
and has different winning strategies for different sides.
In Spider Attack, there is one salamander up against 6 spiders.
The salamander has to try to capture and eat the spiders, the spiders have to try to trap the salamander.
In real life, spiders are part of a salamander's diet, but there are also spiders that prey upon salamanders!
For this game you will need some counters.
Salamanders vs Frogs is an attacking strategy game
involving 6 salamanders against 6 frogs.
The aim of the game is to get as many pieces of possible into your opponents 'home' as you can.
Pieces are captured when they are jumped over.
Salamanders vs Frogs
Salamander Tribes is a 2 player game which uses strategy and
logic to achieve your goal of being the winning tribe.
Each player has a tribe of 6 salamanders.
The aim of the game is to capture as many of your opponents tribe as you can.
Countdown to Zero is a Math Logic Game that develops an
understanding of counting back in decimals (tenths).
It is a simple game to play, but one that can be played at many levels.
It is a strategic game and more able mathematicians can get a lot out of trying to find winning strategies for the game.
A calculator is needed for this game.
Countdown to Zero Game
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Here you will find our selection of number classification games.
Each of the games in this section looks at different properties of numbers, such as odd and even, multiples and factors.
There are a range of games are suitable for all ages, from kindergarten and upwards.
Here is our collection of Math games indexed by age from kindergarten to 5th Grade.
All of these games are suitable for kids aged from Kindergarten and upwards.
We hope you have enjoyed playing our Math Logic Games!
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