It's easy for kids — and parents! — to see math as a school activity. We often think it's just about counting or adding or learning math facts. But by exploring the interesting ways math shapes the world around us, we can help our children begin to think like mathematicians and learn to love math.
Helping Your Four-Year-Old Learn to Love Math
In this online game show, your child can showcase his knowledge of many math skills including fractions, addition, subtraction, shape, and measurement.
To Catch a Double
Your child will begin to understand the concept of doubling, which is to add a number to itself.
O'Malley talks about Tubes 1, 2, 3, and 4, and the times the agents didn't arrive where expected.
Once you start looking for patterns, you will start to find them everywhere. There are patterns in colors, shapes, sounds, dances and even daily routines! Learning patterns is a skill that translates directly into algebraic thinking, so by exploring these ideas now, you will be setting the stage for bigger math ideas later.Learn More
Peg needs to fill the tub for her bath. Your child can learn about capacity and estimation by selecting different sized containers to fill Peg's bathtub with water.
Chicken Coop Activity Page
Your child can practice counting the chickens while coloring this fun Peg and Cat activity page.
Escape from Greasy World
There is trouble in Greasy World and Professor Fizzy needs help. As your child helps to save the day, she will learn to rotate puzzle pieces to fit them together to make a picture, sort objects based on multiple attributes, and order objects by height and length.
Quest 2: Race for Radopolous
Using a variety of math concepts including subtraction and measurement, your child can navigate through Radopolis to optimize a skateboard for the big race.
Villains Take a Vote
Learn about counting and collecting data as the villains vote on what to do in this Odd Squad clip.
Beethoven's Square Cut
Your child will learn about making 2D shapes from other shapes, and that a square has 4 equal sides.
Chickens on the Bus
Your child can learn about opposites and position in this clip where Peg and Cat look for lost chickens.
Mr. Frank's Flat Cart
Mr. Frank's cart changed from 3D to 2D but the detectives figured out it was a rectangular prism that is now flat because it changed dimension.
Given four sets of clues, your child can use this set of printable shapes to figure out the answer to several Odd Squad shape mysteries.
Good Egg or Bad Egg?
Ocean has a problem! An egg is about to hatch, but is the creature inside good or bad?
The Prehistoric Pizza Delivery
Learn about counting on by 10s and place values as Peg gets pizzas ready to deliver to the dinosaurs.
Help Your Child Learn to Love Math with Peg + Cat
Through engaging stories and comedy, Peg + Cat encourages your child to see math as exciting, accessible, and fun. The show teaches measurement, shapes and patterns, and problem-solving skills that children can use in their everyday lives.Find Activities