Songs About Maths

Maths Related Songs

Our fabulous songs about maths are guaranteed to excite and engage classes. We have songbooks suitable for ages 3 – 7, full of catchy tunes to help everyone learn about maths in an enjoyable way!

Maths is one of the more complex core subjects, so why not try and make the experience of learning maths easier with our maths related songs?
These songs can really get pupils involved in their own learning, making them feel excited about the subject, as their confidence begins to grow after learning the songs. From addition to subtraction, from symmetry to shapes, this collection includes songs to cover all age appropriate mathematics topics.

The possibilities really are endless when it comes to this entire collection of maths-related songs, leaving classes feeling excited and passionate about this subject.

Here are our top 5 Maths songs for schools
  1. I Love Maths from My World: I Love Maths! – A simple song to help children explore why they might love maths!
  2. The Number Bus from My World: I Love Maths! – Learn about number combinations to 10.
  3. Double Trouble! from The Niki Davies Book Of Marvellous Maths Songs – A wonderful song for learning doubles. "Two cheeky monkeys, double trouble, double trouble..."
  4. We Can Measure! from That's What I Call A Class Assembly: Maths Learn about how we measure things "Metres measure distance, kilos measure mass..."
  5. Big Round Clock from The Niki Davies Book Of Marvellous Maths Songs – A fantastic song for learning o'clock times. You could extend this song's activity by adding other o'clock times to cover all twelve hours

Need some inspiration and CPD to help you link Maths and Music? Why not attend our Marvellous Maths Workshop!


Incorporating music into everyday learning especially in primary settings can positively impact learning across other curriculum areas.  Click here to learn more about the research project which we conducted with Professor Susan Hallam MBE: A Singing School Is A Successful School - 2017

"Teachers indicated positive improvement in phonics, listening skills, reading fluently, spatial skills and mathematical skills." - Hallam