What are your best math games for preschoolers?


LeapFrog has many fun, educational games to help preschoolers learn and practice their math skills. A few of my favorites are “Team Umizoomi: Street Fair Fix-Up” that teaches number sense, pattern recognition and shapes, “Olivia” that teaches measurement, numbers, addition and subtraction, sorting and classifying, and “Get Ready For Kindergarten: Counting at the Dragon Café”  that teaches number recognition, counting and number writing. Another fun LeapFrog product that your child might enjoy that focuses on number recognition, counting and skip counting is “Scout & Friends Numberland” DVD.

Jennie Ito, Ph.D.

Child Development Expert

Jennie Ito is a mother of two and a child development consultant who specializes in children’s play and toys. Before becoming a consultant for LeapFrog, she was an intern at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, and later worked as a content expert for the Association of Children’s Museum’s “Playing for Keeps” Play Initiative. Jennie earned her doctorate degree in developmental psychology at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada.

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