Design a guy competition

Design a guy competition

The Komodo guys are a weird bunch. They're all shapes and sizes, half animal, half vegetable, superheroes and monsters. No one really knows where they came from - some say they have special powers, others say they're just plain crazy.

The Design a Guy Competition

All Komodo learners are invited to design and name their very own Komodo guy. Here are a few early entries to get your child's imagination flowing:


Palm Guy by James


Clumsy the Clown
Clumsy the Clown by Kate

Flat Fish Guy
Flat Fish by Kate

The Prizes

  • The Winner will have their guy recreated by our illustrator and included in Komodo
  • The top 3 entries will get a copy of the super-cool "Papertoy Monsters" book
  • Parents of the Winner will receive a £20 Amazon gift code to help with last minute Christmas prezzies
  • There'll be lots of certificates too



How to Enter

If you're on Facebook:

  1. Take a photo of the picture
  2. Go to our Facebook Page
  3. "Like the Komodo Page"  - so you're allowed write / add photos
  4. On the main page add each picture and write the name of the guy and the child's first name
  5. Click on this thumbnail for a guide:



 Not on Facebook:

  1. Take a photo of the picture
  2. Attach and email it to along with the Guy's name and the child's first name
  3. We'll then add the picture to the Facebook page


The Rules

  1. The competition is open to Komodo subscribers only
  2. Clare, our illustrator chooses the Winners
  3. Entries must be made before Wednesday 18th December
  4. Winners will be announced on Friday 20th December
  5. Maximum 3 entries per child
  6. By submitting an entry you agree to us publishing the image on our Facebook page or blog
  7. We'll refer to children by first name only

[Update]  And the Winner is Zogger by Zahra




Look out for Zogger inside Komodo!

I'm Ged, Co-founder of Komodo , ex-maths teacher and dad. If you have any questions please get in touch.

About KomodoKomodo is a fun and effective way to to boost primary maths skills. Designed for 5 to 11 year olds to use in the home, Komodo uses a little and often approach to learning maths (15 minutes, three to five times per week) that fits into the busy routine. Komodo users develop fluency and confidence in maths - without keeping them at the screen for long.

Find out more about Komodo and how it helps thousands of children each year do better at maths - you can even try Komodo for free. 

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