I have noticed that some of you have been joining in the World Maths Day games at home, Well done!! 😀
I have also been joining in and I have been playing against other teachers all over the world. Some of the countries are Bulgaria, Australia, United States, Ireland, India and Guatemala.
I find that I am getting faster at answering the questions because I have played a few games.
What countries have you been playing against?
How have you found the different levels of difficulty?
Level five for the teachers is very challenging!!!
World Maths Day starts the 1st of March. All you have to do if you want to be in the World Maths Day is make an account at this website http://www.worldmathsday.com/ and practice lots. You can win PRIZES but no matter how many points you get you will always get a certificate, and you get 100 games and their time limit is 60 secs in the 48 hour time period. World Spelling Day is the same but it is on the 3rd of March and you don’t get sums you get sentences but you only get one word to spell from the full sentence. Also you can compete against anyone in the whole WORLD. So I hope you have FUN on the 1st and the 3rd.
Bye Bye 🙂
World maths day is a very exciting event which enables countries around the world to come together to play online. Millions of schools around the world are taking part and are busy practicing right now. Chapelside Primary 5 are proud to be one of the many classes taking part in this event.
This will help us to improve our mental agility and the great thing is we get to have fun at the same time!! 😀
Brilliant Bloggers can access their username and password by signing in to the Brilliant Bloggers Wiki and opening the attached document named Pupils.doc.
When you do so, go and have fun playing people around the world. Remember to come back and leave a comment about the countries you have played against and how you managed against them.
In the United Kingdom World Math’s Day begins at 11.00am on 28th February.