Maths is a key learning area that's closely linked with the other STEM subjects, so finding fun ways to build a child's confidence in counting, telling the time and problem solving will help support them in science, tech and engineering subjects too.
Key math skills
As soon as your child starts to speak they'll start making a connection between a sense of "how many there are" and the words we use for numbers. Building blocks and colourful toys help toddlers learn these numbers, while role-play toys and games for older children help them on their way to basic sums.
Measuring & time
Height, weight, volume and time; these are all important lessons your child will learn. Interactive clocks, kitchen role-play and height charts are all ways to help your child develop an understanding of measurements.
Times tables & problem solving
At school your child will start to learn the relationship between numbers. Help them get ready for simple sums, more complex problems and practicing times tables with fun role-play, learning tools and board-games.
Shapes & geometry
Colourful toys help your little one start to identify the names and properties of different shapes whilst also developing their spatial sense. Fun puzzles and drawing games also help them start to understand how to make and match patterns.
Maths games by age
Each child will develop math skills at their own pace, but to help you find a game that is most likely to be appropriate for your child's stage we've split into suggested age groups.