At Komodo, we think chess is great for developing young brains - even though it might have a reputation as being a game for child geniuses, it's actually much more accessible than you might think.
Learning to tell time can be difficult for children as it's a new concept that's not like anything else they've encountered in math to date. This new resource features an interactive clock to practice skills and guides parents step by step through helping your child learn how to tell the time.
Making a clock out of household objects is a great way to help your child learn about telling time. Apart from being a great crafting activity that can while away some time on a rainy afternoon, placing and spacing numbers on the clock themselves is a really important learning objective.
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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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Fractions are the first tricky abstract concept learners come across in math. Fortunately, most learners are familiar with fractions before they're taught in the classroom. Here are our suggestions to help parents prepare children to learn fractions.
Baking is a great way to use up leftover Halloween junk food - not to mention that it is a fantastic way of introducing mathematical concepts to children! Kids can do most of this with supervision. Here’s the recipe: