A Breakthrough in Learning Maths!
Mathseeds will teach your child the maths skills needed to be successful at school. Register for your FREE trial today!
Mathseeds makes learning maths fun with highly interactive and motivating online maths games and activities that children love. The programme is a great way for your child to prepare for school, or help them improve their skills if they are struggling with maths.
Proven Maths Results
- Lessons build mathematical skills with numbers, counting, shapes, subtraction, measurement, early multiplication and division.
- Developed by expert educators with 30+ years of experience.
- Money-back guarantee!
Why Children Love Mathseeds
- Kids learn while having fun with vibrant animations, playful songs and exciting rewards.
- One-on-one lessons match your child’s ability.
- Suitable for children aged 3–9 years.
- Also available on iPad and Android tablets.
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“My son had difficulty learning with other maths programmes, so when I first trialled Mathseeds I wasn't sure if he would make any improvements. But just weeks after starting, he was already learning to count and recognise shapes! He really enjoys playing Mathseeds and I'm so happy with his results.” Rachael, Mum to 5-year-old James
“Mathseeds has been such a great help for my 6-year-old daughter. She had trouble learning maths before but she loves learning with Mathseeds. The games and animations are so much fun that she wants to play all the time!” Naomi, Mum to 6-year-old Kate
“My 4-year-old loves Mathseeds! Not only does it teach him the maths skills he will need when he starts school, it's really fun and keeps him motivated to learn. I've even recommended Mathseeds to parents at my son's preschool because it's just so effective for children his age.” Claire, Mum to 4-year-old Sean
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