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

‘Math, age 4–6’, is the second app in our math series. Like ‘Math, 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 organization, we use the proceeds from our apps to help deliver education to children in Malawi.

The first topic in 'Math, age 4-6' is free. So you and your child can try it out. Further topics can be unlocked through in-app purchase.

'Math, 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 personalize 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. Count 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

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

hhf ,

Really good learning app

My daughters have played the free level and then we have purchased the additional content. They already liked the previous app.

We have also used a few other apps, but this is clearly the best we have seen.

The German translation is very good. The app is fine until at least 8 years.

GQisleboyX ,

Self paced math goodness

My 4 and 6 yr olds are teaching themselves math on separate devices, with really clear instructions and testing that doesn’t intimidate

Reading Buddies ,

Best Math App

This is by far the best math app for the early years. Unlike most other apps, it actually teaches and demonstrates every concept before having children practice independently. Most apps are just assessments, asking kids to perform math operations and judging them right or wrong. The topics are wide ranging and include most core curriculum concepts. Each topic is clearly explained and then kids do it themselves. Simple animations make it fun and engaging. There are 8 "games" for each topic, and a quiz at the end. Kids get a certificate after passing the test. Individual progress is monitored as each kid can have their own user name. Very highly recommended to teachers and parents

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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