Mathematics teaches us how to make sense of the world around us through developing a child’s ability to calculate, to reason, and solve problems. It enables children to understand and appreciate relationships and patterns in both numbers and space in their everyday lives. To construct students’ fluidity and flexibility with numbers, number 3 was introduced through the story of three peas Inku, Pinky, and Chinku. It helped children understand and recognize the symbol and quantity for number 3. Knowing what number means, improves the performance of mental mathematics, and gives children the tools to look at maths in the outside world and make comparisons. To further enhance the knowledge, Prideens were engaged in activities like making food for 3 birds with clay, tracing of numbers, colouring, hopscotch, and symbol formation using beans.