World Maths Day – 4 March 2009

World Maths Day is almost here again* – and Australia isn’t on the hall of fame’s top 10 yet so maybe its time you joined the celebrations!

Students play in real time against students from anywhere in the world in 60 second games. The competition runs for 48 hours and includes school and class groups as well as individuals.

There are even prizes available based on the number of questions answered, but the real value is in building enthusiasm for maths and the knowledge that program sales will help UNICEF give more children a chance at education.

Our post last year listed some other maths day actvities, too.

* It officially starts in Eastern Australia at 10pm Tuesday 3 March as that’s when the first country (New Zealand) reaches 4 March.

  • ermiyas says:

    i want to play mathlics

    15 May, 2009 at 8:23 pm
  • SaveTime says:

    That’s great Ermiyas – we hope you enjoy mathletics and maybe learn some maths while you’re there. There are also some other maths sites you may want to try.

    16 May, 2009 at 11:32 pm

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