Friday, 5 March 2010

Good results with World Math Day 2010

On the final day of competition, the kids surprised themselves by reaching Level 3.
Score - tamāhine 1

High Score ............................ 35
Correct Answer ..................... 4252
Total Score ........................... 4252
Accuracy ............................... 98.72%
Total Questions ..................... 4307
Games Played ........................ 171
Score - tamāhine 1
High Score ............................ 35
Correct Answer ..................... 5085
Total Score ........................... 5085
Accuracy ............................... 98.70%
Total Questions ..................... 5152
Games Played ........................ 205
Score - tama 1

High Score ............................ 39
Correct Answer ...................... 4565
Total Score ........................... 4565
Accuracy ............................... 99.39%
Total Questions .................... 4593
Games Played ........................ 171
Score - tama 1

High Score ............................ 39
Correct Answer ..................... 5427
Total Score ........................... 5427
Accuracy ............................... 99.27%
Total Questions ..................... 5467
Games Played ........................ 205

Tama 1 even earned himself the ranking of Speed Demon.

It would be really exciting if the kids could win a prize. We won't know until Tuesday the 9th of March. Tama 1's made a note and plastered it on the fridge to remind us when to check.

In 2011 World Math Day becomes part of The World Education Games. It will take place on the first three Wednesdays in March and will include World Maths Day (2 March 2011), World Science Day (9 March 2011), and World Spelling Day (16 March 2011). Auckland has been chosen to host the 2011 World Education Games.

That wraps up our experience with World Math Day 2010. Considering it's a free international educational event with the chance of winning prizes, I can hardly wait for next year's bigger and better Games.


Thanks for dropping by
ka kite ano


PS: I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who participated/or knows the answer to the following question:

How exactly do we know who the other homeschoolers were? Tamāhine 1 and tama 1 had
Team New Zealand under their names and although we did see other children with similar team [country] names, I don't know if that is how we distinguish ourselves as homeschoolers?

Thanks

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