Access the Toddler Maths Activities Online

Looking for a fun and innovative way to introduce mathematical ideas with your toddler?

We’ve compiled tried and tested activities for toddlers and young children from 6 months of age through to 4 years old. They’re loads of fun and super easy for you to create and play at home. Charlene has heaps of these activities lying around her house and when kids come to visit and play with her son, these are the first things they play with!

Each activity comes with advice on the materials required, the appropriate age range, the learning objectives and how to play with your child using this activity.

The beauty of these activities is that they primarily use materials you already have at home which you can recycle and play with.

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Activities At A Glance:

Please note, this list of activities will be updated as we add to our collection.

Babies Aged 6 to 12 months

Container Crazies for Babies

This activity is designed for your baby to explore objects with like properties through a variety of senses and is an introduction to classifying.


This activity provides you with a number of ways to introduce counting into your everyday interactions with your child.

Discovery Bottles

This activity helps your child explore objects with like properties through the senses of sight and sound.

DIY Sensory Boards

This activity helps your child explore quantity using most of their senses and is an introduction to counting.

Flats and Curves

This activity is an introduction to shapes and their properties in both two and three dimensions.


Toddlers Aged 12 months onwards

Cardboard Box

This activity explore two and three dimensional understanding of shapes and space.

Clever Counting  NEW!

This activity helps you to explore counting, addition and subtraction using a counting-on method.

Container Crazies

This activity allows your child to explore three dimensional shapes and their properties developing a strong spatial awareness.

Container Crazies 2

This activity explores concepts of volume and capacity using informal measurements.

Containers and Balls

This activity promotes problem solving and spatial awareness.

Egg Carton Measuring

This activity encourages counting and the use of informal units to measure everyday objects.

Magic Counting Machine

This activity is a wonderful game to introduce and develop the important concept of addition.

Potato Patterns

Using this familiar activity you can begin to teach your child the foundational skills of algebraic thinking.

Quantity Scavenger Hunt

This activity is a great way to teach counting and the representation of number and quantity.

Shape Scavenger Hunt

This activity teaches your child to recognise and name common two and three dimensional shapes.

Wacky Weighing  NEW!

This activity is a great way to explore measuring mass with informal units of measurement.


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