Math Bundle: Songs + Guide + Flashcards

Original price was: $15.00.Current price is: $7.50.

The Best Math Songs & Flashcards

Each simple math song includes only the fact or formula being learned – singing the basics is the fastest way to master math fundamentals! Start listening to the songs at age 4+.

The printable flashcards for many of the songs are a great visual to follow along with too! Start following along with the flashcards at age 7+



  1. How to skip count by ones, twos, threes… all the way up to twelves.
  2. That skip counting means counting items in equal groups. (Skip counting is an essential precursor to multiplication. Here’s how it works!)
  3. Basic geometry facts and formulas for area & volume 
  4. The 3 most important mathematical properties – distributive, commutative, associative
  5. Essential definitions for math terms such as perimeter, ray, line, and more
  6. Many useful measurement equivalents



  1. Zip file of 33 songs – mp3 files. You can unzip them and listen to them on your phone, computer or burn a CD! 
  2. Each song is short, sweet & catchy. The whole album is less than 20 minutes long.
  3. A pdf file of the printable flashcards. We recommend printing on card stock for durability. 
  4. The Math Songs printable guide with teaching tips, easy games, tracking sheets, and all the text for the songs.

What age should I start playing the songs at? Young children have an amazing ability to memorize! We recommend playing these songs for children as young as 3-6 years old, but just for fun! Don’t expect mastery or understanding at this age. Children who internalize the text at a young age will later develop deep understanding as they begin to apply the principles they memorized at a younger age. Older children can also use the songs to help memorize & cement concepts they may be working on in math studies. You can learn more about why & how memory work increases critical thinking here.

The downloadable mp3 files include 33 individual songs that will help math students of any age master the fundamentals of math in a fun & easy way.

The printable guide is an amazing resource to help you use the songs effectively, provide a visual reference to the material, and track progress if you want.drop

Note: We’ve found that short & sweet works best for memorizing math facts, so each tune is under 45 seconds long.

The tracks are:

  • Counting by 1
  • Counting by 2
  • Counting by 3
  • Counting by 4
  • Counting by 5
  • Counting by 6
  • Counting by 7
  • Counting by 8
  • Counting by 9
  • Counting by 10
  • Counting by 11
  • Counting by 12
  • Counting the Squares (up to 12 x 12)
  • Counting the Cubes (up to 12 x 12 x 12)
  • Commutative Property for Addition & Multiplication
  • Associative Property for Addition & Multiplication
  • Distributive Property
  • Definition & Formula for Perimeter of a Polygon
  • Area of a Rectangle
  • Area of a Parallelogram
  • Area of a Circle
  • Area of a Triangle
  • Volume of a Rectangular Prism
  • Volume of a Sphere
  • Volume of a Cylinder
  • Types of Triangles
  • Types of Angles
  • Definitions of Line & Line Segment
  • Definition of a Ray
  • Metric Measurements
  • Customary & Metric Measurement Conversions
  • Liquid Equivalents
  • Teaspoons & Tablespoons

Scroll down for song samples!

Note: These songs are included on each year of our yearly memory work programs. Check out Year 1 or Year 2 Musical Memory to learn more about our comprehensive homeschool memory work program that covers Math, Science, Bible, Latin & English fundamentals… 100% put to song! If you purchase a yearly program, you can also download just the math flashcards here.


Here are 3 Samples: 

The Commutative Property (mp3)

Area of a Circle (mp3)

6 Types of Angles (mp3)

Your purchase is a digital download zip file with 33 songs inside. Upon purchasing, you own the mp3 files and be able to play them wherever you’d like.

Please do not share the songs outside of your own home.

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