A child should start to learn what numbers are, what order they belong in and how to write them before he begins
kindergarten. Start exposing the child to numbers from when he is a year old so that he will be familiar with them by
the time he reaches preschool. Integrate numbers into the child's everyday activities and make learning them as fun as
possible. If parents and preschool teachers focus on teaching numbers, the child should be comfortable recognizing and
writing numbers zero through nine by the time he starts kindergarten.
At 2 to 3 years of age, typically developing children begin to use number words to 'count' as they play, showing that are beginning to explore and understand counting. By 4 years of age, many children can answer questions such as 'How many?' and 'Give me…..' questions for numbers up to 10. They understand 'more' or 'less' for small numbers, but they do not yet understand the ordinal nature of the number system, i.e., that each 'next' number represents 'one more'.
Parents should be encouraged to draw their child's attention to the uses of number in everyday life and engage them in games that teach counting and quantity. Starting from the childhood your children will fast learn addition and substraction and other mathematical actions. Show your children that mathematics is funny!
Developing basic math skills through games makes learning math fun right from the beginning.
Our application uses colorful images that are fun for the child to look at. Discovery education with the help of pictures shows numbers as glossy volume numerals that will catch a child's attention. If a child exposed to what numbers look like, it will be easier for him to understand the concept of numbers later on
Colorful high resolution images, funny music and a lot of pleasure for your baby! This game is a small adventure for your baby. Let him shows to his parents how he learns numbers.
Game is suitable for Preschool and Kindergarten level.
If you want your child to learn math – and enjoy it – you can't find a better choice than Kids Numbers and Math.