Even though most of the world is currently confined indoors, spring is still bursting out all over and giving lots of different opportunities for math learning! All of these activities can be done using gardens or pots at home, looking through windows, or on daily walks for exercise.
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.
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:
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A Rugby World Cup-themed math challenge for all the family. Here are 10 rugby math questions, arranged in ascending difficulty. Suitable for 5 year olds to teenagers and grown ups.
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Starting kindergarten is a big milestone for every child, (and parent!), so there are bound to be a few nerves. We asked a teacher and fellow parents to share their tips on how to help the first few weeks go smoothly and ensure your child gets off to a great start.
Kids need to wind down, relax and have fun over the summer but also be prepared for the return to school. Find out how Jane, Komodo Co-founder and busy mom walks the fine balance between summer fun and maintaining her kids' learning level.