# Numbers and Math for Kids

4.0
2.17K reviews
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This free Kids Numbers and Math Game for Preschool and Kindergarten children helps to learn; how to count, compare, arrange, add, subtract the numbers. Kids will love playing the game with great fun.

Kids will learn:
ā Counting Numbers
Count the number of objects and click the correct answer from the given numbers.

ā Comparing numbers
Check the value of the numbers and drag the correct suitable sign (<, =, >) to the empty box to match equality.

ā Arranging numbers
Check the object sizes and arrange the numbers in ascending order or in descending order.

Find the sum of the numbers in the wooden box and pop the balloon with the correct answer.

ā Subtracting Numbers
Find the difference of the numbers in the wooden box and pop the balloon with the correct answer.

ā Objects Patterns
Observe the Pattern and drag the correct object from the available objects to complete the pattern.
* A simple and easy to understand the game.
* Supports all screen sizes.

And last but not least ***All kids math modules are available for FREE***

Privacy Disclosure:
As parents ourselves, EDUBUZZKIDS takes children's wellness and privacy very seriously. Our app:
ā¢ Does not contain links to social networks
ā¢ Does not collect personal data
But yes, it does contain advertising as thatās our means of providing the app free of cost to you ā the ads are carefully placed such that the kid is least likely to click on it while playing.

If you have any feedback and suggestions on how we could further improve the design and interaction of our apps and games, please visit our website http://www.edubuzzkids.com or leave us a message at edubuzzkids@gmail.com. We would be glad to hear from you as we are committed to update all of our apps and games on a regular basis with new features and also want to get some ideas for future app development.
Updated on
Jul 30, 2021

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4.0
2.17K reviews
M G
June 4, 2020
Please fix ascending and descending order of numbers. For example, 1,2,3,4,5 not 1,2,4,5. I'm an ESL Teacher and your set up of omitting a number will confuse my students who are learning English. I can't use this part of the app to teach them the correct order of numbers. This is frustrating and disappointing. I prefer digital props since they last longer and can't be easily destroyed by students.
41 people found this review helpful
March 28, 2020
I do quite like this game option for my 5 year old. It would however be more helpful if parents could control how high the numbers being covered went in order to teach at her level. For example 1-5, 1-10, 1-20 etc. I'd give it 5 stars with that option added.
50 people found this review helpful