If you’ve got a pack of Uno cards in your bag then you’ll never be bored! There are lots of fun games you can play with Uno cards and lots of fun maths games you can play with Uno cards too!
Uno cards are a great maths learning tool for all ages. From preschoolers who are just starting with number recognition, right up to older kids who are working on harder concepts. The clearly numbered Uno cards make it easy to use them for lots of hands on maths learning activities.
Here are ten of our favourite maths games you can play with Uno cards.
Preschool Counting Activity from Planning Playtime – this is a super easy, super clever way to use Uno cards for counting with preschoolers!
A game of number identification and colour recognition from Stay At Home Educator – this has lots of great tips for playing Uno with preschoolers too.
Uno cards and dominos from Planning Playtime – this game in involves counting and subitising and even some addition if your kids are ready for it.
Maths games for kids- Uno Flip from Childhood101 – a fun way to practice all kinds of simple equations.
Addition Game with Uno Cards from Planning Playtime. – this is a great game with a hands-on counting element, and free printable, for kids who are just starting out with addition.
Attribute maths game with Uno cards from Childhood101 – I love that this game has options to make it easier for younger kids and more challenging for older ones.
Flip Ten from E is for Explore – a simple, but challenging game of addition.
Place Value War from Childhood101 – a great visual way to learn about place value.
Place value pyramid from E is for Explore – a similar game to Place value war but with a twist.
Multiplication War from Childhood101 – this is a super fun way to practice those timestables!
Make sure you always have a pack of Uno cards in your bag!
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