• Maths, age 3-5
  • Sorting and matching
  • Counting to 3
  • Lines and patterns
  • Counting 4 to 6
  • Add and take away

Maths, age 3-5 enables your child
to reach their full potential in maths.

Academic studies by the University of Nottingham have shown children advancing their maths ability by 18 months in just 6 weeks of using 'Maths, age 3-5'. Give your child a headstart with hundreds of structured, engaging activities. The first maths app in our series, it is already a hit with children and parents all over the world.

Download Maths, age 3-5

Maths, age 3-5

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  • ★★★★ average rating
  • 1,000,000 downloads
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  • Teaches core concepts
  • 10 topics with 100+ activities
  • 50 languages with more to come

Topics covered

Sort and match items by type, shape, and colour.
Colour practice (select by colour).
Match by size (eg clothing for different sizes of children).
Colour practice (colour in).
Cross out the odd-one-out.
What goes with what? (bird / nest, shoe / sock etc).
Memory game: match cards to make pairs.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Count one to three items (no numerals shown yet), and meet the empty set.
Colour in items, in sets of one to three.
Drag one to three items into a box.
Meet the numerals 0 – 3, and match with sets of items.
How many are there? (from 0 to 3).
Trace 0 - 3.
More practice in tracing numerals 0 - 3.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Continue the pattern (add next item).
Colour in, to match a sample colour pattern.
Fill in one to three missing items, in a pattern.
Meet straight and curved lines, and follow a moving dot to create a picture.
Drag straight lines and curves to make triangles, rectangles, squares, circles.
Drag shapes to dashed outlines, to build a picture.
Make a pattern of sound.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Count four to six items (no numerals shown yet).
Place four to six items on the screen (by touching the screen).
Pick out sets of items to match spoken numbers.
Meet the numerals 4 - 6.
Count items and select the matching numeral.
Trace the numerals 4 - 6.
More practice in tracing the numerals 4 - 6.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Meet/identify/practice ... inside, outside, in, out
…on, under
…top, bottom, middle
…in front of, behind
…next to, between
…above, below
…left, right, middle.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Place seven to ten items (no numerals shown yet).
Colour in seven to ten squares and circles.
Meet the numerals 7 – 10.
Match the numerals 7 – 10 to sets of objects.
Cross out the set that does not match the number.
Trace the numerals 7 - 10.
More practice in tracing the numerals 7 - 10.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Complete the patterns, by shape and colour.
More on 2-D shapes: circle, oval, triangle, rectangle, square.
How many of this shape are there?
Which shape is the odd one out?
Complete the jigsaws.
Colour in the shapes in the patterns.
Colour in the shapes in the pictures.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Count to 10, forward and back.
Fill in the missing numbers, in the sequence 1 - 10 (up to five missing).
Join the dots, then colour in (three pictures).
Rearrange items, then count again (the number does not change).
Find the total (counting on, up to 10).
Add, and take away, one item.
One more than, one less than.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Larger, smaller, same size.
Put in order of size.
Taller, shorter, same size; put in order of height.
More than, less than, same as.
More, most, fewer, fewest.
Heavier, lighter, heaviest, lightest.
Longer, shorter, longest, shortest, same length; put in order of length.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.
Count on (spots on dominos).
Add more items to a set, then count total; take away items, then count remaining.
Combine two sets; meet the + and = signs; build up simple equations for addition.
More practice in adding, with + and =.
Meet the – sign; build up simple equations for subtraction.
Trace the +, – and = signs; insert in correct place in equation.
Snake and ladders: simple counting on, using dots on dice.
Quiz: ten questions, leading to a certificate.

What parents and teachers are saying

The kids love it, it is very well paced with a nice mix of instruction and fun.

Reading Buddies, USA

My three year old went from not recognising any of her numbers to adding and subtracting.

Wethree12, Australia

My son has been so proud of what he has achieved and has been running round the house waving his certificates at everyone.

Starfish_12, UK

Excellent - very intuitive, and will help youngsters develop their skills prior to formal schooling.

Villa Lampu, Indonesia

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