Maths, age 3-5 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 3.9 • 70 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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

Trials by the The University of Nottingham showed children moving ahead in maths by 18 months, in just 6 weeks of using this app. The first maths app in our series, it is already a hit with children and parents all over the world.

What’s more, as a nonprofit organisation, we use the proceeds from our apps to help deliver education to children in Malawi.

The first topic in 'Maths, age 3-5’ is free, so you and your child can try it out. Further topics can be unlocked through in-app purchase.

'Maths, age 3-5’ features:

- 10 core topics for the early years of school, with over 80 activities
- a teacher figure, who shows ‘how to’
- variety, and fun
- progression, and plenty of practice
- a quiz at the end of each topic, with a certificate
- a ‘naming’ button, to personalise the app for your child.

Topics covered:

1 Sorting and matching (yours for free)
2 Counting to 3
3 Lines and patterns
4 Counting 4 to 6
5 Where is it?

6 Counting 7 to 10
7 Patterns and shapes
8 Counting 1 to 10
9 Comparing
10 Add and take away

Most topics are available in over 50 languages, all within the purchase price.

What’s New

Version 1.11

- minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
70 Ratings

70 Ratings

Posh Jo ,

Kids love it

This is expensive as an app but the kids do love ‘playing’ on it while learning so I think it’s pretty good. There are different levels and keeps them entertained. I had a problem and emailed support over the weekend and they came back to me with a quick fix Monday morning.

michaellao1984 ,

Worth every penny.

I started this app with my child who was in pre school before lockdown. She knew how to count to 10 but didn’t fully recognise numbers.

She has now just completed the app and has the ability to add and take away. Her progress was phenomenal- what’s more, she enjoyed doing it.

OrangutanOakley ,

Needs bug fixes

After paying £20 for the full version it should be useable level 6 tracing numbers is bugged out and it won’t let you trace the number 10

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