These instructional videos are our examples of different fun math games and exercises. The level is just suggestions so please look through the videos and find the ones you and your kid enjoy the most!
However, if your child is just starting to learn numbers. Start with the math game "Who is this and then "Find the fish".
The math game "who is larger" is fun to learn which number is bigger. You can also put all the yellow bricks into the bag and everybody draws one brick to see who has the largest. The one who has the largest brick can keep both bricks. All children love to win and collect the bricks.
This math game is not only training which number is larger but also to see what is the difference between the numbers. It is a simple subtraction exercise.
The one who has the largest brick can keep both bricks.
Kids just love to win and collect as many bricks as possible.
The newméro bricks help the children to sort the numbers in the right order.
The kids can sort the numbers 1-9, 9-1, 10-90, 90-10, 100-900 and 900-100.
This math exercise is for children that are 3 years old and up to 6 years.
Count 1 to 10 with the newmero bricks.
Count to 20 with your child.
The bricks are designed to help the children to find the solution.
With the bricks, the kids can easily learn the decimal system including:
- Identify and build numbers.
- Count and sort.
- Add up to Tens.
- Perform additions and subtractions.
Learn how to decode math patterns which are an important basis for future learning. Patterns are all around us like for example tiles on the street, a necklace, bus schedule, etc...
You can do your own color patterns for kids or do number patterns.
This math game helps the child to associate the sound/name of numbers to the symbol of the numbers.
If your child finds the right fish number, he/she can keep it.
Your kid will love to win and collect all the bricks.