Simple, fun, and educational:
that's what mathematics is all about.
Fun With Dots & Numbers
A baby's vision is still developing and not entirely matured from the time they are 3 months old to the age of 8.5 or 9 months. Due to their simplicity and ease of processing, red dot cards are more likely to catch the attention of babies at this age because they only have one contrast color.
Age: 3 Months +
Create a process of learning through observation and understanding for a lifetime of growth.
Math made fun with number tiles: exploring concepts in a hands-on way.
It's not about keeping your baby occupied all the time!!
It's about giving them the tools to explore the surroundings on their own by cherishing the learning and developing the skills.
Develops Strong Logical Thinking
Sharpens Baby's Perceiving Capacity.
Enhances Minute Observation Skills
Speeds Up Mental Calculation Ability
Effective Applications Of Maths In Everyday Life
Safe for baby's eyes
We are dedicated to supporting the growth and development of every child.
Helping parents navigate the journey of parenthood with confidence.
Empowering parents to be their baby's
Guiding parents towards a strong and healthy bond with their baby.
1 Million Babies Solving
Equation at the
Age of 3 Years
The Brain Behind hungry brain !
Hemali Gada, the founder of Hungry Brain, has researched for over 2 decades and developed early learning programs that focuses on whole brain development for babies. She is a highly skilled trainer in the use of mind mapping technology, having been trained by Tony Buzan, the inventor of mind maps. In addition to her work as a trainer, She has also served as a child-parent counsellor and has developed courses on parenting to help strengthen the bond between parents and babies.