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 Five-Year-Old Learn to Love Math
Fresh Pick Mini Games
In this collection of mini games, your child will learn to navigate spaces, use spatial clues to locate items, add and subtract to meet a budget, and sort items based on multiple attributes.
OddTube: How Odd is Odd Squad?
Olympia shows everyone how odd Odd Squad really is... but first, the OddTube seal results!
Reverse-A-Ball! Mission 4
Your child can learn aout surveys and pie charts as Francine decides how to distract the Electric Company.
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
A Pizza to Go with Gross Anchovies
Bianca draws a venn diagram with pizza topping preferences to see which toppings each person likes, and if the preferences overlap.
Your child will learn about using weight scales to achieve balance, and about working with equations.
All Dolled Up
Harry needs to use 2D pieces, which have length and width, to build a 3D structure, which has length, width, and height, for his sister's birthday present.
Big Mouth Goes to the Potty
Peg + Cat's friend has now learned how to use the toilet on his own. This video clip uses counting to remind kids who are potty training the steps.
May needs help sorting her gem collection. Your child can practice sorting by color by placing rocks into the correct color columns.
Take One Away
Your child will learn that counting forwards means to add 1, whereas they can count backwards to go one fewer than the preceding number.
Training Video #514 - A Guide to Your Tie
This Odd Squad video introduces length and measurement as agents take measurements of the tie with a ruler.
Super Peg and Cat Guy to the Rescue!
Your child will learn about adding or taking away from arches to make shapes.
Stop the Pop
Harry needs to figure out the code to turn off the popcorn machine. Your child can help him by matching percents, fractions, and decimals to crack the code.
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