To celebrate International Women's Day, we've rounded up stories of some women mathematicians who were pioneers in their field.

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Say Hello to the Latest Version of Komodo!

Komodo version 5.2-new curriculum: fractions, rounding, negative numbers, number lines, ten frame counting

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What the Karate Kid teaches us about practice - and how it works for math too

From the art of practice, to building strong foundations, there's a lot to be learned from the Karate Kid which we can apply to learning maths.

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This year the Tour de France celebrates its 107th anniversary! And that's not the only big number associated with this famous race - take our quiz and find out more!

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Chess - it's Good for Young Brains

At Komodo, we think chess is great for developing young brains - even though it might have a reputation as being a game for child geniuses, it's actually much more accessible than you might think.

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Help Your Child Learn: Telling Time (Part 2)

Welcome to Part 2 of our interactive series on telling the time. This is for children who are familiar with the clock and are ready to fill in the time between the hour and 30 minutes past. Our interactive exercises will take your child's time telling skills to the next level.

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How to make a practice clock for learning to tell time

Making a clock out of household objects is a great way to help your child learn about telling time. Apart from being a great crafting activity that can while away some time on a rainy afternoon, placing and spacing numbers on the clock themselves is a really important learning objective.

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