Time to strengthen your brain and flex your fingers: World Math Day is back. On Wednesday, May 5, 2021, students around the world will battle it out to be the strongest mathematician in the world.

Here’s What You Need To Know About The World’s Biggest, Most Popular Math Celebration.

What is World Math Day?

World Mathematics Day is an international celebration of mathematics coordinated by 3P Learning (the makers of mathematics). On this day, millions of students around the world take part in Live Mathletics Challenges to determine a global winner, while also participating in fun activities that highlight the wonder of numbers. It’s free, all-inclusive, and open to both schools and students studying from home.

When is World Math Day?

May 5, 2021 is the date of this year’s World Mathematics Day. It runs for 48 hours and covers all global time zones.

How can my child / students take part in World Maths Day?

If you already have access to a Mathletics subscription, your students or child can automatically take part in World Maths Day on May 5, 2021. Just sign up on the day and let the games begin!

How big is World Math Day?

World Mathematics Day has grown exponentially since it began in 2007 World record for most participants in an online math competition 1.9 million students participate in a single day.

The best part? It is open to students from all over the world. There was 150 countries represented in 2015.

What are the challenges of Live Mathletics?

The Live Mathletics Challenges are the highlight of every World Math Day. Students register with Mathletics and compete against colleagues from around the world in 20 one-minute challenges. The goal is simple: ask as many questions as possible correctly within one minute and you will be crowned the winner!

The winners will then advance to the global finals, which will take place two weeks after World Mathematics Day. You will compete against three colleagues from all over the world Live streaming knockout tournamentwith prizes for the champions.

Check out one of the 2010 champions – Rohith Niranjan of Global Indian International School, Tokyo – in action during a challenge!

Is World Math Day open to students of all ages?

Yes. World Mathematics Day has separate sections for students of different grades.

Does World Mathematics Day cost anything?

World Maths Day is free for all students. If your child or class does not have access to Mathletics, you can start a free trial of the program.

No Mathletics subscription? No problem. You can pre-register for a free trial of Mathletics today so that you can use the program that day.

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