There is little doubt that a partnership between school and home is the best way to ensure children progress fully at school. We asked a teacher for their top tips on how busy parents can support their children in their education.

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Rewards ideas to keep your little learner motivated

Rewards are just one of the ways that Komodo helps maintain children's motivation to practice maths. Here are a few of our budget friendly ideas.

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Building strong foundations in maths

We don't think about foundations because they're invisible. They were put in place early on, then built over with something splendid. Foundations in maths are just like building foundations - important.

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Download and create a paper-toy Komodo - great creative fun for children aged 5 to 11. All you need is scissors and a glue stick.

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The mathematical brain - how children learn to count

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.

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What's changing in the primary maths curriculum in 2014?

A parent's guide to the changes coming to the UK Primary maths curriculum in September 2014

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A parents' guide to visual learning in maths

A "visual model" can be as simple as a using the slices of a cake to represent fractions, but they can explain some pretty complex ideas in advanced maths too. This article explores a few of the visual models we use in primary maths.

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