Regular
courses

4 modules:
“Fun Arithmetics”,
“Fun geometry”,
“Logic games”,
“Maths in nature and art”…

Competitive
maths

The aim of these classes is to help first- and second-graders to prepare for popular math competitions…

Birthday
Parties

The fun math parties are the special gift that can make your child and their friends happy, regardless of the occasion…

Travelling
Fun Maths

The Travelling Fun Math is spreading its light on unfamiliar and distant places in Bulgaria and abroad…

WHAT IS FUN MATHS?

Unique original methodology for extracurricular activities for children aged 4-8, aimed at developing critical thinking, confidence and a creative approach to dealing with different situations.

The methodology is divided into 4 modules:

Fun
Arithmetics

Fun
Geometry

Logic
Games

Maths in nature and art

Each module consists of 7 topics for each age group

Knowledge Enthusiast
(4 years)
Math Enthusiast
(years)
Archimedas
(6 years)
Fibonacci
(7 years)
Pythagoras
(8 years)

Любознайко
(4 г.)

Математичко
(5 г.)

Архимед
(6 г.)

Фибоначи
(7 г.)

Питагор
(8 г.)

Testimonials

Hi there! My son has been attending the fun maths activities since the age of three, with us always following the fun maths wherever it is. The teachers, the attitude and the methods had always been and ARE on a high level, and it was a great joy to learn that the centre would offer activities in “The Seven Saints” Seventh High school. We are extremely pleased with the staff’s professionalism, radiant attitude and individual approach to teaching (I want to highlight that my son has no special affinity for maths, yet it is entirely his choice to attend the classes this year – he is firm about it. For me this is the biggest proof of my impression of the teachers).
Mila Filchovska

mother of Presian Filchovski

The fun maths was definitely Ogi’s most favourite activity! We attended the classes for years. It is very hard to kindle and maintain such a big interest in such a small child, but you certainly succeeded in doing so. I am very pleased that you keep igniting the spark and love for mathematics in other children as well. I wish you all the best in the future!
Emilia Stefcheva

mother of Ognyan Stefchev