Mathematics for preschoolers

Interactive online classes for children aged 4 to 8 years.

The free trial class will introduce your child to the teacher, play some games, and determine your child’s level. We’ll find a suitable a course, and show how learning occurs in a playful and informal atmosphere.
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Your child will acquire the following skills

Arithmetic

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Teach them to solve any question and problem. Build a solid mathematical foundation.

Geometry and ruler

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Study even complex geometric figures, teach to use a ruler, and measure mass and distance.

Flexible thinking

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Teach flexible and non-standard thinking through solving brainteasers and mental agility exercises.

School preparedness

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Regular lessons nurture an interest in learning. A child will then easily adapt to learning at school.

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Who will benefit from the course

Kids who don't know numbers and figures or who do, but can't count. They make mistakes when counting, can't tell the difference between geometric shapes or colors, cannot orientate themselves to time, confuse right and left, get distracted, and don't want to learn because it's too hard and boring.

A minimum of 22 classes

are included in the course, consisting of one-on-one online lessons with a teacher

Minimum of 6 months

3 course packages for children of any age and level

From 4 to 8 years old

different course packages for kids of any age

Fosters an interest in learning. The children “play” and easily absorb math, learn to puzzle things out, and make non-standard solutions under the teacher’s professional guidance.

The Kidskey platform was created
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All classes and are held on our online platform, one-on-one with a teacher. There are no recorded videos. These are individual sessions (child + teacher). Each class runs for one hour. The session includes an online class with a teacher (30-40 minutes) and completing the interactive homework on the platform (20-25 minutes).

Experienced teachers

teach your child new things in a fun way, fill in the gaps in their knowledge, and find the right approach to your child

Interactive tasks

each lesson and homework task is a mini-game. Forget about boring lessons!

Edutainment programs

education + entertainment. Engaging classes and interactive homework tasks

Online platform

study, track your child's progress, and pay for lessons all in one place

The course includes the following: You only need a computer or tablet for the classes.

After completing the course, a child will understand and apply basic mathematical concepts, learn to solve problems and sums, develop intelligence, logic, spatial thinking, and learn basic geometry.
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Counting up to 100. Introduction to the concepts of numbers

Counting forward and backward, number composition, placing a number in a row

Problem solving

Introduction to mathematical symbols. Solving examples. Creating and solving tasks

Basics of geometry

Studying basic elements and 2D shapes. Studying 3D shapes. Introduction to area, volume and mass. Using a ruler: measuring and drawing simple shapes, measuring distances.

Orientation in space and time

Position and direction in space. The order of parts of the day, days of the week, seasons, and months of the year. Studying of analog and digital watches. Setting the time, correlating the time on a watch to the part of the day

Color comprehension

Knowledge and ability to correlate basic colors and shades of objects

Exercises to develop reasoning, thinking, memory and attention

Solving unusual problems. Special exercises for developing attention and memory

Course packages

Mathematics 1 Part 1 course
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A basic course for children aged 4 to 6 years. By the end of the course, the child will develop an interest in knowledge, and improve their attention, memory, speech, and mental operations.

Children will learn to:
  • compare and contrast the main colors and shades;
  • count to ten forwards and backwards;
  • distinguish between cardinal and ordinal numbers up to ten;
  • name the previous and following number for each numeral, and continue counting forwards and backwards from any given number;
  • compare neighboring numbers (up to ten);
  • use basic mathematical signs;
  • design short math problems;
  • solve simple math problems involving money (a trip to the store).

Children will be able to:
  • identify and compare the features of different objects and phenomena, using a variety of examination methods;
  • recognize 2D and 3D elements and shapes
  • orient themselves in space (up, down, in front, behind, between, next to, left, right); compare spatial orientations (higher than, lower than, to the left of, to the right of, above, below, closer than, further than, inside);
  • concentrate on the object under study;
  • solve non-standard logical problems.
Number of classes:
40-60
Duration:
7 months
Ages:
from 4 years
Mathematics 1 Part 2 course
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A continuation of the Mathematics 1.1 Foundation Course. It is designed for children aged 5 to 7 years, who can count and solve sums up to 10, and know the difference between the main spatial, temporal, and geometric concepts. The program focuses on counting to 20, performing one-digit addition and subtraction, using a ruler to measure things, as well as improving concentration, and developing logical thinking.

Children will learn to:
  • count to twenty and know the number order;
  • distinguish between cardinal and ordinal numbers up to twenty;
  • be able to name the previous and the next number for each numeral, continue counting forward and backward from any given number;
  • compare neighboring numbers (up to twenty);
  • know number compositions (up to twenty);
  • solve simple one-digit sums using worksheets;
  • create simple sums using visual material;
  • work out ways to solve a problem;
  • understand and solve simple problems using money in "A trip to the store" (up to 20);
  • measure geometric shapes using a ruler, such as a segment, sides of a triangle, quadrangle (square, rectangle), and distance between objects;
  • understand and distinguish between mathematical concepts, such as area, volume and mass;
  • recognize and set the time on analog and digital watches, calculate time intervals;
  • correlate the time on a watch to a part of the day;
  • solve logical problems.
Number of classes:
40-60
Duration:
7 months
Ages:
from 5 years
Mathematics 2 course
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It is designed for children aged 6 to 8 years. It is suitable for children who can easily count to 20, use a ruler to measure things, and have an understanding of time, including using a clock. The program covers more complex mathematical material, and children also learn to solve non-standard logical problems.

Children will learn to:
  • count to one hundred and place each ten in order;
  • add and subtract with crossing the next ten;
  • perform multiplication and division using object material (up to 20);
  • draw flat geometric figures: straight line, segment, sides of a triangle, quadrangles (square, rectangle);
  • calculate time intervals;
  • find and compare areas of geometric shapes, object volumes and weight;
  • solve non-standard logical problems, complete exercises to develop their attention and memory.
Number of classes:
80-100
Duration:
12 months
Ages:
from 6 years

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Kids can study at any time

You decide when to study: on weekdays or weekends, in the morning, afternoon or evening. The lesson schedule is made to fit in with your life

This course was designed by experienced teachers, They know how to instill a love of reading in your child.

Victor Pilanovich
Author of Mathematics course, teacher with 25 years of experience
Olga P.
course developer, work experience: 5 years
Svetlana E.
course teacher, work experience: 24 years
Olga O.
course teacher, work experience: 11 years
Natalya D.
course teacher, work experience: 8 years
Olga D.
course teacher, work experience: 6 years
Elizaveta Sh.
course teacher, work experience: 2 years

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Christina, Leon's mother, Australia
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We decided to learn math, learn to count and memorize numbers, and Leon has also learned how to solve math problems and can even design short math problems himself. He's also become a little explorer: he walks around with a tape measure and measures everything. Once I was cooking in the kitchen, and...
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Natalia, Matvey's mother, Israel
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We're so excited about Kidskey. Classes are held on a platform with bright pictures, there are many developmental tasks and exercises. The teacher is very patient. Matvey really likes solving logical problems and finding unusual solutions. He has learned to compare numbers and use math symbols when ...
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Anna, Lucas' mother, Sweden
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Before Kidskey, my son didn't want to count or learn numbers, and wouldn't sit down to read even in exchange for candy. One day, I talked him into taking a trial math class, and oh, my goodness! He loved it! Now Lucas keeps asking me when the lesson is. I don't need to push him. He's learned to coun...
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We haven't seen this kind of approach to teaching children at any other school. My son is 4.5 years old. When we started, he had trouble orienting himself in space and could only distinguish between up and down, forward and backward. Right and left were a problem. There was no way William could reme...
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Yulia, Meili's mom, China
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Meili struggled with math from the very beginning. She is very active and finds it difficult to sit in one place for half an hour. She was always distracted at school and jumping from one task to another, and she couldn't solve any of them correctly. She couldn’t concentrate. At the first Kidskey cl...
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Sofia, Emma's mother, Switzerland
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We were looking for a math tutor, and we found an online school. And we have no regrets. My husband and I are better at humanities, and so is our child, it seems). She likes books, drawing, but not counting. So we decided to pay serious attention to STEM subjects right away and start with math. Afte...
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Maria, Alice's mother, Netherlands
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My Alice is going to the School Math Olympiad! And it's all thanks to Kidskey. We've only completed the first block of classes, but there's already progress. Alice can understand a math problem better, and even solves the additional problems now, although she used to be afraid of them and would skip...
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Top FAQs

How are Kidskey classes different from regular school classes?
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Kidskey's Mathematics course includes additional practical tasks and topics that build interest in the subject, and a positive attitude towards math. Kids will learn that solving problems and examples isn't difficult if you know HOW to do it, and will stop being afraid of them. Our teachers will teach your child to look at a problem or sum without fear, to find the right solution and enjoy the success. At Kidskey online school, learning is game-based, and as a result, basic knowledge forms the foundation for mastering more complex material. In addition, classes are conducted one-on-one with a teacher, whose attention is completely focused on your child.

Does a child need the full Mathematics course if he already knows numbers or can count? Can we choose classes only on the topics we need?
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Mathematics is not just numbers, it's counting forward and backward, the ability to solve simple problems, and an introduction to geometry. Math classes develop a child's attention, thinking, and memory. The program at Kidskey is a system of classes, with each lesson building on the material in the previous one, so it's better not to break up the course.

My child can't sit still and has trouble remembering things, will she be able to do the Mathematics course?
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The exercises in the course are designed to not only teach, but also to develop memory, imagination, attention, and thinking. Learning is presented as a game, so the child doesn't even notice that she is learning.

I'm looking for classes to help my child develop logical thinking, would the Mathematics course be suitable?
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Yes, it would. Each class includes activities to develop attention, memory, imagination and reasoning skills, in the form of rebuses, tasks and puzzles.

Will the Mathematics course help to prepare my child for school?
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Yes, the course will give children the basic math skills they will need in first grade. In addition, the classes include exercises to train memory, attention, logical thinking and imagination. Your child will learn to memorize, orient themselves in space, analyze and draw conclusions, and learn number compositions, which will help them with addition and subtraction.

How do I engage my child in learning if he doesn't seem interested?
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Learning at the Kidskey online school is based on easy communication between a teacher and a student. There is no rote learning in class. The child plays and learns, and thus understands that math is interesting and easy. Our students enjoy doing their homework on the interactive platform and look forward to their next class. And most importantly, there is no coercion. Kidskey is about learning with fun.

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