Welcome to EasyMathsSkills where you and your child can practise and learn Maths through more creative ways, stress-free, and with ease!
Too many children hate maths and many even experience maths anxiety, manifesting in faster heart rates, sudden breakouts of sweat, stomach contractions, sadness and frustration.
EasyMathsSkills.com helps children and their parents to view Maths differently. You have made the first step by being here, this shows your brilliant commitment to supporting your child with Mathematics and number skills.
EasyMathsSkills.com create educational board games that are innovative, fun and truly engaging and that create a unique playing experience that you will not find anywhere else. The difference with our games is that we create with deep play value in mind; that is, both children and adults will want to come back to play over and over again. We want our special board games to promote learning without an obvious focus on that – improve your maths while you play and enjoy the additional benefits of child development, social face-to-face interaction, creative thinking and fun memories.
Our hilarious, fun games combined with the unique play experiences, mean less time in front of screens that are utilised in isolation. Instead, your children will gain self-confidence and social skills and that all important increased confidence in their Mathematics, increasing the opportunities for your child to have a smart and successful future.
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