An exciting free event for all students and schools – including homeschools! It is easy to sign up and have your students compete with live multiplayer and curriculum challenges.
The American Math Challenge 2010
The American Math Challenge 2010 is a lead up event to World Math Day on March 1st, 2011
Registrations are now open at www.americanmathchallenge.com.
This is a FREE online Challenge where U.S. students of all ages and skill levels compete against each other in a series of one-minute mental math games, as well as self-challenged curriculum-based activities.
The American Math Challenge will take place over 48 hours.
October 26 – 27, 2010 8 am -11 pm EST
You need to register before October 22nd.
October 18 will open a “practice competition week” open to all registrants.
Students play at home and at school against other students around the world in live games of mental arithmetic. Each game lasts for 60 seconds and students can play up to 500 games, earning points for each correct answer. Top students will be invited to become ambassadors for Team USA for World Math Day 2011.
World Math Day has been created for students aged 5 – 18 years.
Even teachers and parents will want to take part!
This is a truly unique world event and a fantastic way to promote numeracy.
Past results show that students will make significant improvements in their mental arithmetic skills and have fun in the process.
…and it’s absolutely free of charge!