Counting is easily taken for granted but there's a lot of fascinating research into how we learn to count and there's more to it than you may think. We look at some of the theories and the key steps in this fascinating journey.
Simple kitchen table maths games are a great way to speed up recall of times tables. Here are some of my favourite games to play with cards and dice, that will speed up your little one's learning.
Here's a fun maths puzzle that you can do with your children at home. It starts easy and gets gradually harder - so it should be suitable for all Komodo learners from age 5 to 11
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We love our paper toys at Komodo. Not only are they fun and creative but there's a maths angle too - seeing how a 2D plan folds into a 3D shape. So we've designed two new Komodos for you to build. Welcome Ballet Komodo and Football Komodo!
With reports having hit the school bag at the end of another school year, you may be one of the many parents who are asking, "What can you do (if anything) to help my child do better at maths?" Don't panic, we've devised a 3 step plan to help.
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Each times table fact is closely connected to three other facts - two division facts and one multiplication. Help your learner to make this connection and they'll end up mastering times tables AND division in one go.