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World Math Day 2011 starts 1pm Monday 28 Feb

To all Grade 2 students, or Grade 1 students that registered at home,

Get online on the World Math Day site from 1pm Monday 28th February (Kuwait time). That is when it is officially 1st March somewhere in the world.  World Math Day 2011 will officially be over at 2pm Wednesday 2nd March (Kuwait time).

Once it is officially World Math Day, then the rules apply. You may wish to have an adult read the rules to you:

In summary, only up to 100 games in the 48 hour period count toward your total points. Your points are reset to zero at the start of World Math Day. The age on your profile must be correct or you will not be eligible for any prizes.

It will probably not be possible to play World Math Day at school during this time, as Grade 3, 4, and 5 students have booked computer lab space to play. So I strongly encourage you to play at home if you can. 🙂

Every student who participates on the official day will receive a certificate (that I will print out for you within a week or so if you are in Grade 2). If you play 60 games or more on the day, then you get a special ‘Platinum’ certificate. More information can be found under the ‘Prizes’ section of the WMD website.

Have fun!

Ms Morrison  morrisona@ask.edu.kw

World Math Day 2011

World Math Day will be on March 1st this year. If you have not heard about it before, visit the official website: www.worldmathsday.com.

If you are in Grade 2, then you will learn about World Math Day in Computer class. You will be given your own username and password to go onto the site for practice anytime this month. If you are in Grades 3-5 you will get your sign-in details from either Ms Suk or your classroom teacher.

Grade 1 students will not spend any Computer class time playing the game, but if you are interested, you may have an adult help you sign-up at home and play whenever you wish outside of school time.

If you have your username and password already, click on ‘Sign In’ at the top of page. Then click on ‘Play Now’. Choose your level and begin! The site will then search around the world for who else in your age category is online at the exact same time, and you will compete against them by answering simple basic facts problems for 60 seconds.

Here is what it looks like when you are in the middle of a 60 second game. 3 strikes (wrong answers) and you're out!

It is just practice until 1 March. But it is so much fun! When it is 1 March your games and scores count toward the total for you, your class, and your school, and it is possible to win prizes.

Enjoy playing!

Ms Morrison  morrisona@ask.edu.kw