Want to be a mind reader? Have x-ray vision? No problem - you’ll just need a little bit of maths to get you going. These maths tricks are great to play on your little ones, and with a bit of practice they’ll be able to wow their friends too.

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How fast? How far? How high? - A maths in space puzzle

In this space-themed puzzle, we're going to be looking at how the speed of the rocket taking Major Peake to the ISS changes during take-off -- the most exciting part of any space mission . . .

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The number bond challenge - make addition and subtraction number bonds to 10 easy!

A free, fun number bonds quiz to get young children practicing addition and subtraction to 10, a key foundational maths skill to master in Key Stage 1. There's a cool certificate for all who complete the challenge!

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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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5 general election maths questions

Here are 5 General Elections Maths Questions to give your children a taste of what's going on - and a little maths practice.

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Build a super-cool Komodo paper toy

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!

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Euro 2016 maths puzzle

With the top twenty four football teams in Europe battling it out to be the best, test your maths skills with this fun puzzle for primary-aged children and their families.

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