Math online dinosaur games for children | Dinosaur game from Google | This page features a collection of free online math games for children in kindergarten to 7th grades.
Adding of fractions dino game
Addition of mixed fractions game
Learn how to add with pictures game
Find the area of circles game
Learn how to find the area of shapes game
Comparing two fractions game
Comparison using shapes and objects
Converting fractions to decimals game
Learn how to count objects game
Learn fractions with shaded shapes game
Learn fractions with the help of squares
Learn to identify coins - US dollars game
Learn multiplication with pictures
Learn Basic math shapes game
Learn how to spell numbers up to twenty
How to subtract with pictures math game
Learn how to tell time minutes past game
Telling time to the hour game
Addition of numbers 1 to 10
Addition of doubles game
Dinosaurs are the bases of a lot of fun cartoons which children love to watch. Children also love playing in a Jurassic themed park because they get to encounter many prehistoric animals that are now extinct. We are bringing back that excitement in a online video game environment. It is an elearning game called the dinosaur game. This page features a collection of math topics for different levels covered using these games. Featuring are games on addition, number theory, algebra, counting, comparisons, shapes and geometry, finding the area of a circle and square, even and odd numbers, prime and composite numbers and more. These games are meant for children in preschool, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grades.
Each game contains multiple choice questions on the topics listed above. To play each game, simply go to the page by hitting the green button below. The first screen features a link to the instructions on how to play the game while the second button leads you directly to the game.
Each game is based around a board game concept where movements are determined by the random outcome of rolling a dice. The chances of getting to the final safe zone, in this case a cave are limited by the presence of wild dinosaurs on the way, spitting fire and ready to attack. Your goal in the game is get the boy home unharmed. However, this is only possible if you answer all questions that arise correctly. Each time you roll the dice, a question pops up containing a math problem to solve. These games are unique and are suitable classroom and homeschooling resources. Parents and teachers love it. The games are interactive and slef-paced. Given that their answer keys are embedded for each question, students get to see their performance right at the end of each game.