Little and Often Learning works great at home. This article explains the research and shows you how to get the best from the Komodo math home tutor system.
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.
We love our paper toys at Komodo. Not only are they fun and creative but there's a math angle too - seeing how a 2D plan folds into a 3D shape. Here are two new Komodos for you to build. Welcome Ballet Komodo and Football Komodo! (Includes printables and instructions).
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Counting is the first step on the mathematical journey and is often taken for granted. We look at some of the research to help understand how we learn to count and the key stages in this fascinating journey, and there's more to it than you may think.
Age 7 is a key time in math for young learners as they are about to progress to some tricky concepts. With that in mind, here are my 7 essential math skills to help parents and carers review their child's progress and provide support when required.