When your child signs up for Komodo English, they are provided with a great way to reinforce and practise the literacy skills they have been learning in school. However, there are lots more things that parents and carers can do to improve literacy skills that fall outside of Komodo's curriculum.


The rugby world cup maths challenge

A Rugby World Cup-themed maths challenge for all the family. Here are 10 rugby maths questions, arranged in ascending difficulty. Suitable for 5 year olds to teenagers and grown ups.


Top tips to de-stress homework time

Homework can be a trigger for some of the worst fights and arguments that we have with our children. Here are some solutions that can help reduce tensions and get homework done without arguments.


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Generally, children with dyslexia have difficulties recognising the individual sounds (phonemes) that make up words. The brain differences created by dyslexia mean that children tend to see words as whole entities, and struggle to identify and manipulate the smaller sounds within each word.


Top tips to get kids interested in reading

Try to carve out some time in the daily schedule that is just for reading. If you are able to keep it quiet, relaxed and fun so much the better. When mustering enthusiasm for reading is hard work, make it a little more exciting by creating a reading 'den'


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Fun ways to help your child learn the letters of the alphabet

There are, of course, thousands of alphabet themed toys, books and games aimed at children. But it's that little bit of extra involvement from parents that is the secret sauce in kids' successful learning.


Ways to help your child with spelling

Again, repetition is the only way to get those sight words cemented into the long term memory, and if you can make the method more fun and multi-sensory, kids are more likely to engage with the repetitive leg work that gets those words thoroughly learned.