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World Maths Day – celebrate online!

Today is world maths day!

It is celebrated on the first Wednesday every March as a means of celebrating education and helping people develop their numeracy skills. A full explanation of the day is available at Wikipedia.

More than a million students have registered online to be part of the celebrations at mathletics. During the day, students can log in and be paired with a student somewhere in the world for fun competitions in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

So why not celebrate maths day today, too? It’s doesn’t just have to be for the kids – play a game of sokudo or monopoly, relearn a times table, improve your skills online, do some mental arithmetic (maybe total the shopping before you reach the registers), play games online or think about maths in our daily lives.

And if your child needs a little help with their maths, today is a great day to check out options such as Maths Power.

  • charlotte says:

    hey im really like this website and its really cool because i support mathsday or worldsmathday because i am so like good at it and even my teachers support me in math because theyknow i could finish the math at school and make it to university and i love it because i am nerd at it cause even my friends say it too

    so its cool this could help students finish there work properly and it hellps them push them into math and agree tothe teachers work that is given

    25 February, 2009 at 8:34 pm
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  • SaveTime says:

    SOrry you didn’t know in advance Dumisha, but it starts today so you can still join in! And if anyone does miss it, you can always celebratr maths another time.

    4 March, 2009 at 2:15 pm
  • dumisha says:

    This thing does help us but i only got to know it today so……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

    4 March, 2009 at 11:42 pm
  • pankajthegreat says:

    I thought maths day is celebrated on the date which comes after taking the square root of the last two digits of the year and taking the answer as the month and date.
    For example: 3 march 2009, 4 april 2016.

    26 March, 2009 at 3:24 pm
  • SaveTime says:

    Good to see you using some maths knowledge in your humour Panka.

    27 March, 2009 at 10:27 am
  • mariam says:

    im exacted to learn math

    28 February, 2010 at 11:46 pm

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