World Math Day!

(Pardon me for not making this “pretty” but I’m in haste and don’t have time for niceties. This is good news and I wanted to get it out as soon as possible so you could read it in time to register for this fun and free online event.)

The deadline to register for World Math Day (also known as World Maths Day) has been extended!

To register, go to the website below:

http://www.worldmathday.com

(Just a little background: This year’s TOS Crew got to try, for free, a subscription to mathletics.com–a website that reinforces math learning and provides fun drill activities. The same folks sponsor World Math Day, a worldwide math contest where students practice their math facts — addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division — by running math races against other students all over the world. The goal is to do math, have fun, and set a new Guiness world record for number of math problems solved in a 48 hour period.)

To read my review of Mathletics, click here.

From my email:

The good news is that the deadline to register for World Math Day 2010
has been extended up until the event actually begins, so please help us
spread the word that there is still a chance to sign up if you have not
already done so! Please mention it on your blog, post about it on Twitter
or Facebook, and let your friends know.

We have a blog with all kinds of interesting information about the
event, participants, media coverage, and statistics at 
http://blog.worldmathsday.com/. And, of course, you can register,
get more information, or start practicing at www.worldmathday.com.
Follow us on Twitter: @MathleticsUSA and @WorldMathsDay. 

My name is Emily and I’m working with Mathletics.com to spread the word about World Math Day!

We’d love your help getting the word out about World Math Day, which is coming right up on March 3, 2010! We’re set to break a Guinness World Record and want to get as many people to participate as possible. It’s totally free and designed for all ages and ability levels.

Attached is the press release about World Math Day if you want to
get more detailed info, or use the information below to post on your blog to help students, parents, teachers, and math-lovers find out how to register and participate in this exciting event.

We’re also on Twitter, so please follow us at MathleticsUSA.

Please feel free to email me with any questions or comments, and
definitely let me know if you mention us on your blog! We’re grateful for your help spreading the word, and hope you’ll join us!

Emily

emilyWMD2010@gmail.com
http://www.worldmathday.com
March 3, 2010

WORLD MATH DAY, MARCH 3rd, 2010 – SET TO BREAK A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.

World Math Day is free and lots of FUN!

Join us in a 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!!

http://www.worldmathday.com


http://www.worldmathday.com
March 3, 2010

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