Picture books are a fantastic way to explore mathematical concepts. We’ve selected our favourites and matched them to the following mathematical areas: place value, calculation, fractions and measurement.

Click on each image to find out more about the book including the age recommendation, key concept and an Amazon link.

NUMBER: PLACE VALUE

NUMBER: CALCULATIONS

FRACTIONS

MEASUREMENT

GEOMETRY

OTHER

Have we missed off a brilliant book? Comment below and we’ll add it on!

Have you had a look at Multiplication Rules publishers Ragged Bears It’s Designed to understand times tables in a totaly visual way understanding number patterns.It covers division and understanding of odd and even numbers.Its written by a Dyslexic who also has dyscalculia and the book is recommended by many local authority dyslexia assessors around England
The web site is http://www.multiplicationrules.co.uk for more details
Thank you

Equal Scmequal

We’ve added this book in the number: place value section.

What a lovely collection of Maths picture books! I’d like to suggest Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta to add to your set. 🙂

Thanks for the recommendation. We’ve added it to the list! 🙂

These look great. I’d like to suggest, If the world were a Village.

What a lovely book! We’ve just added it to the number section.

365 penguins is great for maths.

One is A Snail, Ten is A Crab – April Pulley-Sayre & Jeff Sayer!

Have you had a look at Multiplication Rules publishers Ragged Bears It’s Designed to understand times tables in a totaly visual way understanding number patterns.It covers division and understanding of odd and even numbers.Its written by a Dyslexic who also has dyscalculia and the book is recommended by many local authority dyslexia assessors around England

The web site is http://www.multiplicationrules.co.uk for more details

Thank you

Charlie and Lola – One Thing is great

Thanks for the recommendation – we’ve added it to the place value section!

Pamela Allen ‘Who sank the boat?”

“Counting on Fred”

Mr Archimedes Bath by Pamela Allen