Learning - Math | 2-13 yrs

7 Maths Picture Books For Children

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Maths is a very important part of academics. Whether you're a mathematician or not, everybody uses some basic maths in their daily life. From calculating the change to give a shopkeeper, to deciding what kind of investments to make — knowing maths is an essential skill.

Unfortunately, many children develop an aversion toward maths. The thought of a mathematics exam puts fear in their minds. This is because, from a young age, they have developed a negative attitude towards the subject. 

We've compiled a list of colourful maths picture books that will increase your child's interest in the subject. Filled with engaging visuals, these books will even attract children who are not too keen on maths.

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Triangle By Mac Barnett And Jon Klassen

The first book in the Shapes Trilogy, Triangle is a book about shapes. Illustrated in a unique way, the book has a power to pull the reader in. Through the journey, your child will learn about shapes, and the many ways in which they appear all ar...

Infinity And Me By Kate Hosford And Gabi Swiatkowska

Full of challenging questions and concepts presented in approachable ways, this book is an interesting guide to the mathematical idea of infinity. This concept has intrigued some of the greatest thinkers of our times, but this book presents it in ...

Place Value By David A. Adler And Edward Miller

Where do the thousands go? Do the hundreds come before the tens? Figuring out place value leaves many children puzzled. This book simplifies the problem. With the right amount of amount guidance, this nifty read will ensure that your child becomes...

A Very Improbable Story By Edward Einhorn And Adam Gustavson

A part of the Charlesbridge Math Adventures, this book explores probability with the help of a strange and persistent cat. The protagonist has to continue to figure out the probable occurrences while simultaneously focusing on getting the improbab...

Zero The Hero By Joan Holub And Tom Lichtenheld

A zero is usually very different from hero. In this book they collide and refer to one character, who is called zero, but is nevertheless quite heroic. As you may have guessed, this is a very humorous book and brings fun to maths. It explores the ...

Zero The Hero By Joan Holub And Tom Lichtenheld

A zero is usually very different from hero. In this book they collide and refer to one character, who is called zero, but is nevertheless quite heroic. As you may have guessed, this is a very humorous book and brings fun to maths. It explores the ...

Seeing Symmetry By Loreen Leedy

Beautiful in its design, this book artfully teaches children the concept of symmetry. Moreover, the book even encourages children to create their own symmetrical art and offers guidelines on how to do so. It also encourages children to notice symm...

Seeing Symmetry By Loreen Leedy

Beautiful in its design, this book artfully teaches children the concept of symmetry. Moreover, the book even encourages children to create their own symmetrical art and offers guidelines on how to do so. It also encourages children to notice symm...

Spaghetti And Meatballs For All!

Mr and Mrs Comfort are the most hospitable couple you will ever meet. They're hosting a dinner party and they make the seating arrangements perfectly. But when the guests arrive, they have their own ideas about where to sit. Mr and Mrs Comfort mus...

Spaghetti And Meatballs For All!

Mr and Mrs Comfort are the most hospitable couple you will ever meet. They're hosting a dinner party and they make the seating arrangements perfectly. But when the guests arrive, they have their own ideas about where to sit. Mr and Mrs Comfort mus...

Spaghetti And Meatballs For All!

Mr and Mrs Comfort are the most hospitable couple you will ever meet. They're hosting a dinner party and they make the seating arrangements perfectly. But when the guests arrive, they have their own ideas about where to sit. Mr and Mrs Comfort mus...

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