Did You Know?
At Math Ninja we are offering a summer learning opportunity for students in grades 3-12. We have designed a math competition to get students excited about practicing math over the summer months and to help with the dreaded summer brain drain.
Contact us today to enroll them in the competition! The more participants, the stronger the competition, and the more math our kids will complete!
Who Can Participate?
Any student in grades 3 – 12 can compete.
What Will Students Do?
Each week, students will be assigned a math challenge to complete. During the week, students will log hours & problems solved to meet the challenge using IXL. IXL is a self designated “practice that feels like play” website. Students will be able to select math topics, based on the challenge, to demonstrate their math ninja skills. Access to IXL will be provided with registration.
Can Parents Follow Their Child’s Performance?
Absolutely! Parents will receive login information so that they are able to follow their child’s accomplishments using IXL. Parents can also check the Math-Ninja website and facebook page for updates.
When Does the Competition Begin & End?
The competition opens on June 16, 2014 and ends on August 10, 2014. Students are not required to login daily. It is recommended that students practice at least 15 minutes per day, five days per week.
Where Is the Competition Located?
Students can participate from anywhere that has a computer with internet access.
How Do I Sign Up?
Contact us today to receive additional information.
How Much Does it Cost?
The competition costs $50 per student. The fee will provide each student:
- Weekly challenges to accomplish using IXL
- Weekly feedback and suggestions from the Math Ninja herself
- Opportunity to earn prizes
- Access to our leader boards throughout the competition
- Discounted online tutoring sessions – 20% off
Do you have additional questions? Contact us.
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