Learning fractions is one of the first tricky concepts that kids come across - here we look at some of the misconceptions and misunderstandings that arise when kids are first introduced to fractions.

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Finding the maths in leftover Halloween treats

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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Dyscalculia and the extra struggle with maths

A small but significant proportion of the population struggle with a condition called dyscalculia, or Specific Learning Disorder in Mathematics, which negatively affects their ability to learn maths. Find out more about recent research and resources available to help.

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An introduction to number bonds for parents. What they are, why they're important and how to learn them

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Komodo in Venice - a summer-themed family maths puzzle

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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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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