Mathematics is about a certain way of thinking and reasoning. In the Tamarind Tree Curriculum Map,  Mathematics is categorised as a life skill required by students in their day to day life. Drawn largely from the National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT), the curriculum equips children with a basic understanding of numeracy and geometry in preparation for a more complex level of mathematics. The Mathematics curriculum starts off with a pedagogy based on activity based learning and slowly moves the students to more abstract and conceptual thinking. 

Numeracy 5 goes beyond 4 digits to teach children handling of large numbers. In addition, students work on measurements, shapes and their areas and complex data analysis.
Geometry 5 teaches students about angles and shapes. It delves in abstract concepts of symmetry and rotation and reflection of 2d Shapes. It aims to give students a conceptual and theoretical understanding of shapes and our relationship with them.

Students learn about area and measurement in this course. Based on the Class 4 syllabus of the NCERT, the course enables students to understand the measurement of shapes. In addition, the course explores 3D shapes in depth.

Students learn new geometrical shapes in Geometry 3 as well the identification and attributes of 2D Shapes. Students enjoy working on tangrams and drawing 3D objects. The course equips students to understand the applications of geometry in day to day life.

A basic geometry course that introduces students to concepts of 2D and 3D Shapes based on the NCERT syllabus. Geometry 2 also exposes students with a more complex level of understanding shapes and objects around them.

A basic course in Geometry that introduces space and shapes to young children in the age group of 6 - 8 years, this course is based on the NCERT syllabus.