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10 Best Math Toys for Preschoolers

10 Best Math Toys for Preschoolers

Math toys are useful for training preschoolers early Maths skills.  Below I will recommend 10 best Math toys for preschoolers.  They are educational, fun and engaging.

Content Summary

1. Pretend & Play Calculator Cash Register

2. Skoolzy Rainbow Counting Bears with Matching Sorting Cups

3. Smart Counting Cookies

4. Sum Swamp Game

5. Hands Counting Wooden Peg Puzzle (12 pcs)

6. The Learning Journey: Match It!

7. ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game

8. Eureka Classroom Supplies Learn to Count Counting Animals with Storage Tub

9. The Learning Journey: Match It! Memory

10. CoolToys Monkey Balance Cool Math Game (65-Piece Set)

 

1. Pretend & Play Calculator Cash Register

Pretend & Play Calculator Cash Register-Math toys for preschoolers
Pretend Play Cashier

Age: 3 or up

This toy is recommended for ages 3 or up. With this toy, your children can learn early money skills, maths skills and calculation skills. Your children can engage in imaginative play with other children. The buttons on the register are large enough for kids’ little hands. It has a set of actual size American notes, toy credit cards and coupons, a built-in scanner. The size of the drawer is perfect. It can fit the dollar notes perfectly. No battery is required and it is run by solar power. The words on the LCD display are easy to read. There is a satisfying bell “ding” when drawer opens.

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2. Skoolzy Rainbow Counting Bears with Matching Sorting Cups

Skoolzy Rainbow Counting Bears with Matching Sorting Cups, Bear Counters
Skoolzy Rainbow Counting Bears with Matching Sorting Cups, Bear Counters

Age: 2-5 years old, not suitable for those who put things into mouth

This set of learning toy helps your children develop fine motor skills, master sorting and early Maths calculating skills and counting skills.

Stacking the cups can not only help your children learn the concept of pattern and colors, but can also improve their hand eye coordination and motor skills. This learning toy is well liked by autistic children as well.

The counting colourful bears can be used for pre-math, Montessori, and as occupational therapy toys. There is a great activity Ebook which includes additional fun learning activities with the colourful counting bears.

Size of the bears are just right for the little hands, no choking hazard.  They are well made and made of hard plastic.

 

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3. Smart Counting Cookies

Counting Cookies
Counting Cookies

 

 

Age: 2 years old

The counting cookies are so cute with raised chocolate chips. This learning toy includes 10 cookies (number 1-10) on the bottom and the corresponding number of raised chocolate chips on the top. Your children will have a lot of fun counting with these cookies. It’s also inspiring for kitchen play game.

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4. Sum Swamp Game

Sum Swamp Game
Sum Swamp Game

Age: 5+ (2-4 players)

This fun Maths learning toy includes a gameboard, 2 number dice, a Math symbol dice and 4 swamp creature game pieces. Rather than doing boring worksheets, it can help your children practise addition and subtraction skills through game. As your children play this game, they can develop fluency in addition and subtraction and learn the concept of odd and even numbers as well.

To make the game more challenging for your kids, you can buy a higher number dice and make the equations more slightly more difficult.

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5. Hands Counting Wooden Peg Puzzle (12 pcs)

Age: 2-4 years old

Your children can count with lifting off each peg puzzle. Under the numbered pieces, there are corresponding pictures which match the number. It is a good learning toy for counting, recognizing numbers and colors. Your kids can also learn the concept of left hand and right hand as they play this learning toy. The pegged pieces can train fine motor skills as well. They are well made.

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6. The Learning Journey: Match It!

ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game
ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game

 

Age: 3+

This is an awesome learning game.

There are 30 puzzle pairs. It has two sets of puzzles for numbers 1-10, and one set for 11-20.

This Maths learning toy can train your child early math skills and counting skills. The cardboard is thick and sturdy.The puzzle pieces are large and sturdy and easy for small hands to put together.

As only the correct pieces fit together, your child can play with it independently. There are different ways to play with them. To have more fun, you can ask your kid to spell the numbers and the objects.

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7. ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game

ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game
ThinkFun Zingo 1-2-3 Number Bingo Game

Age: 4+

This is one of ThinkFun’s most popular and bestselling games and it is the winner of an Oppenheim Gold Award, Parents’ Choice Gold Award and Creative Child Magazine Game of the Year. It’s a fun number bingo game which helps your children develop counting, number sense, simple addition, and word recognition skills.

What’s good about it is that your children can play independently.  If you are looking for a game which can accommodate children of mixed levels, this is a good one!

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8. Eureka Classroom Supplies Learn to Count Counting Animals with Storage Tub

 

Eureka Classroom Supplies Learn to Count Counting Animals with Storage Tub, 100 pcs
Eureka Classroom Supplies Learn to Count Counting Animals with Storage Tub, 100 pcs

 

Age: 3+

This is a great educational Maths learning toy for children. There are 100 counting colourful animals, more than other toy sets. This is a must-have item for homeschooling your child. You can make use of them to play a lot of things with your child, e.g. ask them to sort by colour or animal, do addition and subtraction. You can also use these counting animals to make shapes, letters and numbers as well.

I love the details on the animals.  They are well-made and colourful.

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9. The Learning Journey: Match It! Memory

 The Learning Journey: Match It! Memory - Mathematics - STEM Addition and Subtraction Game Helps to Teach Early Math Facts 30 Matching Pairs
The Learning Journey: Match It! Memory – Mathematics

Age: 3+

This is an excellent learning toy which can help your children train their memory, addition and subtraction skill. It greatly helps letter recognition as well.

The cards are easy to play.  You can turn over all the cards and ask them to find the correct match of the card. The cards are durable and not easy to bent.  As you play with them, your child can speed up their early Maths calculation skills.

The Learning Journey: Match It! Memory - Mathematics - STEM Addition and Subtraction Game Helps to Teach Early Math Facts 30 Matching Pairs
Mathematics Memory

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10. CoolToys Monkey Balance Cool Math Game (65-Piece Set)

CoolToys Monkey Balance Cool Math Game for Girls & Boys -math toys for preschoolers
CoolToys Monkey Balance Cool Math Game for Girls & Boys

Age: 3+

This is a very interactive and entertaining Maths learning toy for children. This 65-piece toy set includes: 19 monkeys, numbers 1–10, 30 double-sided cards, monkey scale, base and 2 scale pans. If you are finding an educational toy to teach your children basic addition and subtraction, this set is a good choice! To balance the scale, your children have to put the correct quantity of Monkeys on one side of the scale. The weighted numbers are excellent for your child to see the relationships between the number and amount. I particularly like the eye-catching, cute design of the monkeys. This adds more fun to Maths learning!

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This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Sweet I really liked your article, 

    I think that buying toys that actually teach children is the way to go.

    I really like that they are ways to interact with children and not just give them the toy and leave them to their own devices. I really liked the science toys from another of your articles.

    Knowledge stays with you as you grow up being entertained and learning new things with supervision is great.

    Good article and great niche

    1. Thank you, Michael. Glad that you like the article. Yes, this is what I am passionate for. Toys serve a lot of different functions, not just for entertainment.

  2. Sorry Babsie, I accidentally pressed the wrong button. When I tried to get back to that page, I couldn’t change the option.

  3. Really good article! This is so useful for people in desperate need of descriptions on various toys.

    Super helpful niche 🙂

    1. Thank you, Emily.

  4. Hi Fiona,

    These “maths learning toys for preschoolers” you described on this page are a great idea to get the kids into the learning mode so they will excel in school. My favorite is the “Pretend & Play Calculator Cash Register”, you know even adults will use it. It doesn’t have to be you working in front of a cash register, but I mean is we all count money; young or old :).

    I like the facts that you briefly but to the point describing each toy, such as, the name of it, age for, and its purpose, but can you also recommend the online destination to buy it because I didn’t see you mentioned it anywhere 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for sharing your toys for kids. I feel parents anywhere will find this to be a very informative piece of information they can use to prepare their kids for a brighter future.

    1. You are welcome, Vinh. Cash Register is a good toy to teach kids maths. Thank you for your suggestions. I have added some links to the toys.

  5. These are soooo cool! I love the hands. What a great resource. I used to work with kids and I would have loved to have had any one of these in my tool box. Great resources.

    1. yes, these Math toys are educational and good to use them to teach kids! The hands is an awesome one.

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