Comparison Games for Children – Kindergarten to 7th Grade

Comparison – math games for children in Pre-K, Kindergarten 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade and 7th grade. Featuring comparison games:  comparison Rally games, comparison fling the teacher, comparison concentration game, comparison snakes and ladders, comparison crocodile board game, comparing numbers pirate game, comparison catapult game, comparison time challenge quiz, comparison click map games, comparison pirate at sea game, comparison moon shoot game, comparison en garde duel game, comparison walk the plank game etc.

Comparison classroom rally game

Comparison classroom rally game
Have fun playing this Comparison classroom rally game.

Comparisons basketball game

Comparisons basketball game
Have fun playing this Comparisons basketball game.

Comparisons quiz show

Comparisons quiz show
Have fun playing this Comparisons quiz show.

Comparisons rally game

Comparisons rally game
Have fun playing this Comparisons rally game.

Comparisons spin off game

Comparisons spin off game
Have fun playing this Comparisons spin off game.

Comparisons weight height en grade duel game

Comparisons weight height en grade duel game
Have fun playing this Comparisons weight height en grade duel game.

Tables and comparisons classroom pirate game

Tables and comparisons classroom pirate game
Have fun playing this Tables and comparisons classroom pirate game.

I think that most kids will tell you that they think math it’s a boring subject to learn and that is the reason why a lot of them don’t get good grades. They start to develop feelings of frustration in regards to mathematical problems because they never felt interested or curious about the subject. This creates a very difficult situation because parents start to force their children to learn and this is something that can make the problem even worse. There has to be a way to make the learning process fun again and this is the reason why the creators of Math4childrenplus.com decided to come up with a game section that has a large variety of video games that are fun to play ad also teach children math in the process.

There are racing games, sword fighting games, pirate ship duels, space rockets, spin the wheel and many other games that allow the children to lean comparison mathematics in a fun way that will allow them to associate fun with this subject again and this is something that will have a positive effect on their grades and their general attitude towards their math assignments. All the games are completely free.