Helping Your Child Build Early Math Skills: Tips and Activities

Early Math Skills

Why Early Math Skills are Important for Your Child’s Development

At My Cubby House, we are passionate about providing children with a strong foundation for lifelong learning. As an early learning centre, we understand the importance of developing math skills in children from an early age.

Math is an essential life skill that will benefit children in various areas of their lives, including school, work, and personal finances. By building early math skills, children can gain confidence in their abilities, develop problem-solving skills, and prepare for future academic success.

Tips for Helping Your Child Build Early Math Skills

At My Cubby House Early Learning, we believe that every child has the potential to excel in math. Here are a few tips and activities that parents can incorporate into their daily routine to help their child build early math skills:

  1. Counting: Counting is an essential skill for building a strong foundation in math. Parents can encourage their child to count everything they see, from toys to food items to steps taken while walking. This can help children develop their number sense and build an understanding of the relationship between numbers.

  2. Sorting: Sorting is a valuable skill that helps children identify patterns and make connections. Parents can provide their children with various objects and encourage them to sort them into different categories based on attributes such as colour, shape, or size.

  3. Measurement: Measurement is a crucial aspect of math, and parents can introduce their children to measurement concepts through everyday activities. For example, parents can ask their child to help measure ingredients while cooking or use a ruler to measure the length of objects.

  4. Games: Games are a fun and engaging way to develop early math skills. Parents can play games such as board games, card games, or even computer games that involve math concepts such as counting, addition, subtraction, and problem-solving.

  5. Storybooks: Storybooks can be an excellent way to introduce math concepts to young children. Parents can read books that involve counting, patterns, shapes, and other math concepts to their children.

Our Educational Approach

At My Cubby House Early Learning, we incorporate these tips and activities into our curriculum to help children build strong math skills. We believe that by providing children with a positive and engaging learning environment, they can develop a love for a that will benefit them throughout their lives.


In conclusion, developing early math skills is crucial for children’s academic success and their future. Parents can play a significant role in helping their child build math skills by incorporating these tips and activities into their daily routine. At My Cubby House Early Learning, we are committed to providing children with the tools and support they need to excel in math and all areas of their lives.

If you have any questions about how we include maths in your child’s education, please call our office on 07 5527 1679 or use our contact form.

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