Mathletes 2017 at Harmony Public School

By , September 28, 2017 14:44

Today, students at Harmony from grades 3-5 participated in the first Mathletes math competition. It was a fun filled day of math games and activities. In total students in grades 3-5 solved 5509 math problems. WOW!  Way to go everyone! Tell everyone what you think by clicking the comment link about the day.





4 Responses to “Mathletes 2017 at Harmony Public School”

  1. olivia says:

    On november 29th my class and i went to mathletes.
    My team was Team Fabulous factors. What is her I like to be madly was we got to play with pentominoes which are my favorite thing to do in math. My least favorite part about mathletes was doing all the cards and we had to figure out all the questions And we did thirty cards in total.One thing you should add to Mathletes is a fifth Center where you everyone can play Yahtzee. The last thing we didn’t mathletes which was my favorite part was when we got ribbons.

  2. madison says:

    I think that mathlets was super fun i love math and it was all math that day!i loved that the helpers always helped us if we needed help. But something i didn’t like is that they would sometimes us tell us the answer. My leader’s name was Bryce he was super nice i also had Conner Nathan and other people i can’t remember! MATHLETS ROCKS

  3. emma says:

    I love math.the best part was at the end WE GOT was so cool.the 2ed thing I liked pentominoes which are my favourite thing to do in math!!!!!!!!.SO FUN!

  4. Abigail says:

    Mathlets was AWESOME!!!!!! First we did lots of math to help us learn better but in a super fun way! Also Mathlets was cool because we set a goal to 4000 questions and we reached 5509 points! WOW! We reached 1509 more points than our goal. Finally at the end the leaders made a tunnel for the students to go through. IT WAS THE BEST Just to add on, we got ribbons for participating. The leaders got a ribbon, too. The students got a Rainbow ribbon and the leaders got a Light Blue ribbon. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE MATHLET IDEA!

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