Our trio wooden flashcard holder is the perfect accessory for helping little ones learn and focus on practising letter sounds, sound blending, letter recognition and handwritingshop now
Brighten up your walls and learn the Times Table at the same time. This contemporary A3 wall print is a full version of our skip counting 1-12 and will look great in any room.Shop Now
Count all the way to 110 with our 24 high contrast flashcards! On one set, the corresponding number of dots and on the other the word for spelling and association. As well as a plus, minus, times, divide and equals symbol for making simple sums.shop now
Bright & bold flashcards, making it easy to remember each times tableShop Now
Fun and engaging illustrations of animals doing sports and activitiesShop Now
The perfect accessory to practise letter sounds, sound blending, letter recognition and handwriting.Shop Now
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Maths is fun mummy can we do it again tomorrow!
Logan really enjoyed looking to see if he could match the shapes on the cards with things in the cafe. I also love that the cards fit so easily in my handbag and keep him engaged for ages as there are so many different ways to use them. And saves me getting mum guilts for giving him the iPad to keep him busy while I enjoy my coffee! When we had finished playing with the shapes Logan asked if we could do the maths ones next!
Harry loves his numbers and these cards are perfect! These are great for him practicing sums and becoming more confident with his numbers, especially before he starts school in September. Great quality too and I love the simplicity!
Our 3-year-old particularly enjoyed matching the dots to the numbers with a little help when needed. Great quality cards and very clear, we will get lots of use out of these!
My 4 year old daughter loves numbers and these cards are great because they represent numbers in different ways. They are also really useful because you can extend the learning with older children and they can be used in many different ways. My one year old loves them too because of the black and white colours used!
Logan loves the cards! I love the fact they are black and white, so he can't rely on matching against colours! He also really enjoys doing the sums using the dots. Perfect for starting school in September.
The simplicity of these cards is what makes them awesome! Great for both my two and four year old with so many possibilities.
These flashcards are amazing! Caleb loves numbers but they are a great way to recognise and become more confident with numbers. They can be used in so many ways and with a list of ideas. So so many uses. I love how simple yet effective they are.
The girls loved them. They’re really versatile. I could work on number recognition with Dot and do sums with Little. The girls really enjoyed them and it was good to see Little hadn’t forgotten how to add up since school has finished! Will take them away with us too as they’re really compact so great for a holiday!
These cards are brilliant, Rose really enjoyed playing with them and especially counting the dots which is a great activity for her at 2 years old. I can certainly see how these cards are going to be a firm fixture in her learning journey.
I previously worked in Advertising and Marketing in London, for the big corporations – I loved it and learnt a lot! I’ve since relocated to rural life on the border of West Sussex and Surrey. I have always known that I wanted to do something for myself when I had a family.
Some things really stick with you… and I remember once being described by my boss at the time as a “doer” and that I was someone to go to, to “get the job done”. I’ve never been one to sit still and I discover every day I’m not the only one; I’ve seen through my children that little ones are born eager to learn through doing which led to Happy Little Doers being born.
‘Doing’ will always trump ‘telling’ – whether we are three, five or ten!