This is a good online counting game. It requires that a child move the correct number of sheep from one paddock to another. When your child finishes and pushes the “check the number” button two dinosaur characters appear and say “Yes… You’ve done it!”
This game helps a child learn to count in a way that's fun.
This is one of the best online counting games on the site. It asks your child to count objects on a screen. Your child can move the objects closer together to make them easier to count. On the easy level she only has to type the number into the box. On the hard level she has to spell the number as well.
The game has many different types of objects so that your child won't get bored.
In this online counting game your child must count to put a peacock’s feathers on properly. Each feather has between 1 and 5 objects on it and your child must match a feather with a number of objects on it to the empty feather on the peacock with the matching number. When your child matches all the correct feathers game characters celebrate.
This game is colorful. The peacock character is pretty funny looking and the feathers on her head sway in the wind during the game.
In this online counting game your child must put the correct number of children on the bus.
The game is simple and most children will understand the concept immediately.
The only limiting factor is your child’s ability to use a mouse. If the child is placed on the bus but not in it then the game will not register your child’s attempt to solve the problem. This might frustrate some children.
Bowling for numbers. In this game your child must solve a math problem like 10-5=__ and be able to fill in the blank. Then she clicks on a bowling ball and it knocks down that number of pins. In this case it would be 5 pins.
Help the frog cross the pond. In this game you help a frog with a number on his belly cross the pond by selecting the lily pad with the next highest number. For example if the frog has 16 on his belly and you had to choose between pads 17, 18 and 19 you would choose 17. The frog now has 17 on his belly and your child must choose between another set of three lily pads which are highlighted in yellow. This repeats until the frog crosses the pond.
The game helps your child to continue to develop a sense of numbers by understanding which numbers are bigger than others. The game is also fun.
This online counting game presents a number of objects to your child. Your child can count them then choose any of three numbers presented below. The game has neat sound effects and a child’s voice that asks “how many?” before each round of the game.
Children will love the sound effects, the colorful pictures and the voice.
This online counting game is fun and can be challenging for young children. A child’s voice counts out an incomplete series of numbers for example 4,5,__. Your child must then choose the correct number to fill in the blank. As the game proceeds it gets more challenging as the empty space moves around.
This game will teach your child number order. The child’s voice, sound effects and graphics will keep your child interested.
In this online counting game your child must click on the shapes that a parrot asks for. When she does the shapes floats into a silhouette. When that silhouette is filled the child sees a new object and hears applause.
The money counting math game on this site is one of the best counting games for children between the ages of 4 and 6 years old. It has three levels of difficulty: easy, medium and hard. The game is pretty fun and challenging enough at the hardest level to keep a child’s attention.
Children can choose one of three “helpers” which are basically talking heads that explain the game to them and cheer them on when they succeed.
The game aids in the development of skills in addition, multiplication and algebraic thinking by getting kids to determine how many of each coin is needed to meet a dollar figure like $1.23.
The easiest level is appropriate for very young children who may not know the value of all the coins as the helper tells the child how much money she has dragged to the table. This allows your child to use trial-and-error to learn to count money.
The words that appear in the bubble above the helper’s head are much too fast for young children to read. This is overcome by the fact that the directions are posted above the game and the helper’s words are not needed to play the game.