Supporting maths and stats

Learners who enjoy making connections and are engaged find it easier to learn. Creative Maths breaks down barriers to learning to help you understand and feel more confident.

Creative Maths has resources, videos, games, and activities that help you learn mathematics and statistics. We cover all levels from school to university. Check out what we have to offer below. Subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date.

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Primary School Learners

Creative Maths helps parents to support and encourage their children in mathematics. Multy Facty is a great game that helps children learn multiplication facts. Family Cat Maths extends the family game The Cat Pack as a fun learning resource suitable for 4-8 year olds. The Dragon Games helps 7-12 year olds practice useful mathematics skills. Sorting, organising and exploring the cards develops mathematical thinking. Our free supporting resources offer a wider range of fun learning activities.

Creative Maths' skip counting videos are great for 3-6 year-olds. They help to form a foundation for learning multiplication.

Leo loved The Dragon Games and we have been playing it most nights.



Secondary School Learners

Statistics Learning Centre supports learning for all statistics NCEA standards, Level 1 to 3. Videos clarify concepts, quizzes consolidate understanding and step-by-steps guide you through processes.

Creative Maths YouTube Channel provides videos to help with tricky statistics concepts.

Dragonistics data cards are a fun, hands-on way to learn about statistics and mathematics. They are ideal for homeschool.

Thank you so much. You just saved me for my upcoming stats exam.

Tina Hii

Tertiary Learners

Creative Maths statistics videos have helped millions of tertiary students.  They are designed for introductory statistics courses across a range of subjects such as business, psychology, medicine.

Our free statistics videos are available through YouTube. Paid access to all videos is through Vimeo and Statistics Learning Centre.

Dr Nic's well-respected blog provides useful advice and discussion for tertiary learners and their teachers.

Great video's on this channel; I'm going to recommend them to my MBA students at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.

J.H. van der Zwan