1st grade roman numerals game - The Romans developed their own manner of counting. It is referred to in math as Roman numerals. There are math tricks behind counting in Roman numerals that is why it is often a subject in primary school math. The exercise is often for students to convert numbers from Arabic numerals to Roman numerals. Arabic numerals are the numbers we use in everyday life activities e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4, �. While Roman numerals are sometimes used on clock faces to denote time as well as in other situations. Roman numerals are written in the form of letters e.g. IV = 4, X = 10 and so on. In this math game, children will learn about Roman numerals and be able to find their equivalence in Arabic numerals. There are also worksheets on Roman numerals which can be used as a practice resource to supplement this game under the worksheets section. This game can be played by students in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades. Teachers can use the game to supplement their regular course while parents can use it to homeschool their kids who are still struggling with numbers, particularly Roman numerals