WORLD MATH DAY, MARCH 3rd, 2010 - SET TO BREAK A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.
World Math Day is free and lots of FUN! Register here.
Join in on the celebration of numbers as students from around the globe unite in their quest to set a world record in answering mental arithmetic questions. Be a part of this great education event involving more than 2 million students from over 200 countries.
It's Free and Fun!
• Brand NEW format.
• World Math Day is the education event for the world!
• Your students will love it! Be part of setting a world record!
• It will create an amazing buzz around Math
• Designed for all ages and ability levels. Simple to register and participate. All you need is internet access.
• Great prizes
• And it’s absolutely free!!
HURRY, registration closes March 2nd 2010
World Math Day Makes Math Count on March 3, 2010
Students, Teachers and Parents Work to Set Online World Record
More than 2.5 million students, from 40,000 schools in over 200 countries are expected to take part in the world’s largest education event. Participants can play competitors of similar age and ability in real time, 60-second online arithmetic games.
Last year, 1.95 million students from 204 countries set a world record by correctly answering more than 452 million arithmetic questions. Starting today, students, teachers and parents are encouraged to help beat last year’s record by logging on to www.worldmathday.com to register for World Math Day. The online competition is safe and free of charge.
World Math Day 2010 features an exciting new format with multiple skill levels for all age groups. Participants can play in up to 500 games in the online competition, earning points for each correct question. The World Champion in each category will receive a “Minted Gold Medal;” and all participants will receive certificates for taking part in the competition.
World Math Day is the “Olympics of all other Math Challenges.” Representing the USA as Team Ambassadors in World Math Day will be six students who had outstanding performances in the October 2009 American Math Challenge, which garnered national media attention on The Today Show and in The Washington Post. National challenges have also been held in Australia, the UK, Ireland, the Middle East, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa leading up to World Math Day 2010.
“This multi-player game environment is inclusive of all levels of math ability, making math exciting,” said World Math Day Ambassador Scott Flansburg. “Results show that participants will make significant improvement in mental arithmetic speed; we saw an average improvement of 30% for all participants in 2007, 33% in 2008, and 27% in 2009. School children, homeschoolers and their families are invited to participate.”
World Math Day: 3 March 2010 from the Team behind MATHLETICS
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