I’ve picked out my top ten priority maths skills for 9 year olds. You can use them as a “maths health checklist” to help you ensure your child is on track. If your child can answer these correctly and fluently (in a few seconds) chances are they’ve mastered the skill.

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Multiplication - the Halving and Doubling Strategy

The halving and doubling method is a handy multiplication strategy to know, here is a simple walk though of what it is and when to use it.

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Thanks to You, We’ve Helped Create a School Like No Other

At Komodo we believe that education is important for all children, and so we are delighted to announce that our charity partner, Many Hopes, has opened its first school after four years of planning and building.

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Find out why practice is the key to developing fluent math skills and how instant recall of math facts overcomes the bottleneck of working memory.

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Komodo Wins "Best Education Resource for Parents/Home Learning" at the BETT Awards

Komodo wins prestigious Bett Award 2017 for "Best Education Support for Parents/Home Learning," recognizing excellence and innovation.

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Award winning home learning for ages 5-11 on tablet and laptop.

The Math Muscle - Why Practice is the Key to Mastering Math

Practice is key to learning mathematics. The math muscle is a simple animation that illustrates why practice is important and why it works.

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Transforming Young Lives Through Education

Once again we are delighted to support our partner charity Many Hopes in their ‘Join Them 2016’ Campaign. This year our donation has helped rescue, house and educate children who will grow up to do extraordinary things.

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