Tuesday, March 2, 2010

World Maths Day is March 3rd!

Click here to sign in and play!

Click on country details at the bottom of the website to learn about other countries!

Where are they in the world?

What is their population?

How many correct answers are there?

Check the Mathometer!

How did you do?

Which countries did you play against?

Please leave a comment and share your experience!


  1. Dear Mrs. Ranney,
    I played against kids from England and Australia, & I did extremely well! I also participated in World Maths Day last year, and truly enjoyed it.

  2. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I played somebody at my house that was from England. I got first place and was very happy about that. I love world math day. I can't wait to do more.

  3. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I love to go on World Math Day because I get to play against other people all around the world. I played my cousin in Oregon. I have enjoyed playing World Math Day.


  4. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I played against China and Australia. I also got 1st in a lot of games, and I got second. My family and I played last year and it was fun. I think that World Math Day is so interesting!


  5. Dear Mrs. Ranney,
    I am so excited to go on World Maths Day! There are so many correct answers that kids have gotten. I remember participating in World Maths Day last year. When I played World Maths Day at my house, I played against countries such as Argentina, Canada, and China. I think that World Maths Day is so entertaining.

    Your Student,
    Andrew S.

  6. Dear Mrs.Ranney,

    I am going to have a great time today for World Math's day. I want to play against England, China, and Russia. If I was in 1st place, I would be very excited. I at least want to be in the top 4.


  7. Dear Mrs.Ranney,

    I 've just played World Math Day and my highest score was 30. I've only won in 1st,2nd,3rd never 4th place. I'm doing great.I love playing.

    Ethan :D

  8. Dear Mrs.Ranney,

    I really liked the comments all of my class mates
    did . I really like Sara's comment. I also did World Math Day too. I played people from England & Australia.



  9. Dear Mrs. Ranney,

    I love World Math Day!!! When I practiced on the website yesterday, I played games against people from China, England and Hong Kong. I know people from England!

    World Math Day starts tomorrow, and I want to play in the morning before school. I am going to get up early so I have time to play before I go to school. Last year there were times when I called Eli to race against him. I bet I am going to do the same thing this year.

    The best thing about World Math Day is that you play against people from fascinating countries all over the world like from the seven continents: North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, Antarctica, South America, Australia. However, Eli and I would usually end up against each other. I can't wait till it starts tomorrow.

    See you tomorrow. This is one of my favorite posts. You are a great teacher to me!!!


  10. Dear Mrs.Ranney,

    My competition was against Japan, Canada, the United States, and United Kingdom. Mostly all the time I got number 1!!! I am really sad because we did not get to go on World Maths Day in the computer lab. World Maths Day is the best.


  11. Dear Mrs.Ranney,

    I had a lot of fun on World Maths Day. I played against Ireland, United Kingdom, and U.S.A. I got in second place 2 times. I think world maths day is a great and interesting idea because people from all around the world can play each other.


  12. Dear Mrs. Ranney,
    I played people from Egypt and Afghanistan, those were probably the most interesting countries I have played in World Maths Day. I answered 4,001 questions this year. I can't believe that we beat the 2009 record! Lets see what happens next year!

    Your former student,
    William M.

    P.S. That lunch in was fun Mrs. Ranney!


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