Sometimes it’s hard for kids to see the point of maths so we’ve put together this handy list of seven ways to help you keep your child motivated at maths.
As a mother of a 12 year-old daughter it concerns me that often girls are put off STEM, closing the door on some great career opportunities. I was delighted to meet a woman who has steered her way to the top of the US tech industry, and who also encourages women and girls to get started in tech.
One afternoon earlier in the year, there came a tentative knock at the door of the Komodo office. I opened the door to find an elderly man and woman standing there, clutching an iPad. ‘Is this Komodo?’ ‘It is. Come on in.’
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Find out why practice is the key to developing fluent maths skills and how instant recall of maths facts overcomes the bottleneck of working memory.
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!
Award winning home learning for ages 5-11 on tablet and laptop.
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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
With the Key Stage 1 SAT results due out very soon, we clear up any confusion over how they are scored and reported.