Maths, age 4-6 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 193 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



'Maths, age 4-6' helps your child to master maths. It works! Trials by the The University of Nottingham showed children moving ahead in maths by 18 months, in just 6 weeks of using this app.

‘Maths, age 4–6’, is the second app in our maths series. Like ‘Maths, age 3–5’, it is packed with engaging activities, and 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 4-6' is free. So you and your child can try it out. Further topics can be unlocked through in-app purchase.

'Maths, age 4-6’ features:
- 18 core topics for the early years of school, with over 120 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 Shape and position (yours for free)
2 Counting to 20
3 Sharing
4 More counting
5 Tell the time
6 Add and subtract

7 Count in tens and fives
8 How tall? How long?
9 Counting to 100
10 2-D shapes
11 Number lines
12 Fractions

13 Weigh it!
14 More number work
15 3-D shapes
16 Measure time
17 More + and -
18 How much can it hold?

Most topics are available in over 30 languages, all within the purchase price.

What’s New

Version 3.7

- minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
193 Ratings

193 Ratings

Milkydrop ,

Fine not good fine why

It is good but the only 2 thing I don’t like about it is that you have to pay to unlock the rest of the levels and I don’t want to pay because it is a waste of money so that’s why most people wouldn’t want to do that I think 🤔 but I do think it is ok Another thing bad about it is that it doesn’t teach you much 😓😓😓😓😓😓😓If you want it for fun just to have fun then get it I’m not saying it’s just not fun it’s just not for me it’s quite easy because you only have it for two years anyway because it’s 4 to 6 and my kid is eight so she deleted a few months ago If you love it great get it if you love it if you think it sound great good this is just my opinion ok if you could make it for all sorts of ages it would be great because you would not have to delete it straightaway and Most people don’t like paying for the levels please can you only make us pay for the last few levels overall it is a really good game if you just didn’t do those few mistakes it will be awesome 😠😊😠😊😠 both Smile and mad 😞😞😞😞😞😕😜😞😞😜😞😜😞😜😞🧐😞😜😜😞😜😞😜😜😞😋🥺😠😢😕😞🥺😕😖

Hospita1 ,

Too expensive

I bought the 3-5 yr app many years ago when I worked as a nanny, it didn’t cost much (or I wouldn’t have bought it!) my daughter has loved it, so wanted to get the 4-6yr maths as it’s all the things she is doing at school and now we are in lockdown, I thought it would be a real help as she doesn’t have much screen time but I wanted her to have something education when she did but £40!!! That’s far too expensive, who can afford that price.
£10-£15 and you would have a lot of purchasers but you’ve priced yourself out of the market.

CheekyLilac ,

Fantastic, engaging and captivating

My two children, ages 2 and 5 were so engaged with the free levels that I decided to purchase both 3-5 and 4-6, although a little expensive it has definitely been worth the money. My kids absolutely love this app and my five year old has managed to get certificates for all the levels on 3-5 which we have printed and placed in her achievement folder and she is currently working through 4-6, it has definitely helped with the testing she gets at school placing her at least a year above her age. Bearing in mind she was never interested in maths from a young age, regularly using the app has without a doubt been a surprising turnaround for my little girl. My 2yr old adores this app, he is able to understand the the 3-5 app very well and has managed to learn a lot of the maths content and concepts through getting it wrong. I highly recommend these two apps, I do hope at some point we could buy the next age range.

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