April 9th – April 23rd 2017

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Welcome to the Canada 150 online math competition from Mathletics.

Students and classes across Canada without a Mathletics subscription were invited to represent their school in this FREE and FUN online math competition. The Mathletics Canada 150 event saw students compete in live, multi-player challenges plus answer self-paced adaptive curriculum questions, all using the award winning Mathletics platform. The grand prize is awarded to the school with the highest average of participation points!

NEWSFLASH! Final results have now been announced. Congratulations to all schools who took part in the Mathletics Canada 150 event!

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  • Registration is simple, participation is easy and the event is completely FREE!
  • A fantastic way to get students hugely excited around math.
  • A special prize will be awarded to the top performing school!
  • Includes access to the Mathletics platform – used by over 5m students.
  • The competition period opens April 9, 2017.
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Keep the students excited and engaged! The grand prize winner will be announced on April 28th, 2017. We are excited to announce the following great prize:

One FREE year of Mathletics for the winning school!

*Prize can only be awarded to a new Mathletics school for a maximum of 6 grades. The free subscription period runs from April 23rd, 2017 – June 29th, 2018.

Download our Canada Fun Facts!

Did you know that 77% of all the world’s maple syrup is made in Quebec? That’s a lot of pancakes! To help you celebrate our Canada 150 event, download our great FREE Fun Facts poster. Also available is a great wallchart covering how Mathletics points are earned.

They make a great addition to your classroom wall!

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Canada 150 Competition Rules

  • This competition is open to Canada-based schools without a Mathletics subscription. Students with a home subscription are not eligible for this event. Schools may add additional students for free for the duration of the competition. Schools must be registered for the competition to be eligible for prizes.
  • The winner will be determined by the highest average of total participation points in a school. This will be calculated by taking the total number of participation points divided by the total number of registered students in the school.

  • To allow fair competition between schools of different sizes, class points are calculated on an “average points per student” basis. For example, a school of 500 students scores a total of 1 000 000 points during the competition. Their league table ranking would be based on an average of 2 000 points per student.
  • Points from Live Mathletics and Curriculum Activities will be awarded to students individually and are only recorded throughout the competition period listed below:
    April 9th 00:01am – Competition opens
    April 23rd 11:59pm – Competition ends

  • Earning points in Live Mathletics: Students earn 1 point per correct answer, or 2 points if they have selected their bonus level.
  • Earning points in Mathletics Curriculum Activities: Students earn 10 points per correct answer, with a maximum of 300 points from any individual activity during the competition period.
  • Once the Canada 150 event has ended, all results will be verified by the Mathletics team. Upon completion of verification, the winners will be announced on the Mathletics blog and on the Canada 150 website. All results as determined by the Mathletics team are final.
  • Registration closes on April 12th, 2017.