The perfect fun and educational Christmas gift
Learn through play
The math is baked into the gameplay, kids play and solve problems without realizing they’re learning.
Ululab’s games are designed in collaboration with a team of learning experts from the University of Quebec in Montreal.
No Reading Required
The game’s intuitive interface helps kids learn math before they even know how to read.
Constant New Content
Contains 500+ math puzzles, with new content released every other month to keep your kids engaged.
Backed by Research
University professors and researchers have found that 3 hours of play time improved children’s math scores by 10.5%.
No Pay-to-Play Content
Kids can’t “accidentally” buy anything, as Math Makers only charges you for your subscription. No surprises on your credit card bill!
What our Customers Say
Beautiful, motivating, fun app for my son to practice math My son has learning differences, buy he loves his tablet time each day. He is solving very amazing puzzles to move levels up. He gets to practice his mental math, math facts and he thinks he is only playing. It really helps with his confidence too, love this
As a homeschool family, we have found this game invaluable for introducing math concepts and operations to our 4 year old. After two months of guided play, my child's number sense and intuitive math ability have skyrocketed beyond my expectations, laying a solid foundation for the first grade math curriculum we will be following. I appreciate the play-based pegagogical approach that the developers have pursued in the game design, I can affirm that it really works for younger learners. Thank you!
My daughter loves this app and would happily play for hours if I let her. She is fully engaged, challenged and always asking to play! Today she was excited to create her own level in creative mode for other kids to play. Awesome app and Canadian made – even better 🙂
This is exactly what I have been looking for! My 6 year-old grandson has a speech and language disability and can find it hard to process lots of words telling him what to do or explaining concepts to him. Like Slice Fractions, which I already have for my older grandchildren, Math Makers doesn't use language at all. I've recently subscribed for him – and he loves it! Normally he's quite hard to engage – but the first time we tried Math Makers, he engaged enthusiastically for about 20-25 minutes, which I have never experienced him to do before. I'm so pleased with this app – excellent!
Take a peek inside!
Here are some of the math puzzles kids will learn to solve: