THE SPIRIT OF MATH 19TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL MATH CONTEST
Foster your child’s love of math by registering him/her for this exciting and very challenging Annual International Math Contest event for students in grades 1 to 4. It’s the ONLY math contest in Canada offered to students in grades 1 and 2.
Spirit of Math Schools is hosting its 19th Annual International Math Contest for students from grades 1 to 4. Over 4,200 students will be participating in this math contest globally. Math contests provide an opportunity for students to test their skills, develop their self-confidence, and learn that math is fun.
Students who enter this contest, will receive a certificate of participation and have the opportunity to achieve placement on the Spirit of Math National Mathematics Honour Roll. First place medals will be awarded for each grade and a Certificate of Distinction will be awarded to all students who achieve Honour Roll status.
The Spirit of Math National Math Contest is an after-school event and only 30 minutes long for grades 1 and 2, and 45 minutes long for grades 3 and 4.
Participation fee is only $12.00
The registration deadline is: February 15, 2018
Students who are not currently enrolled in the Spirit of Math program can click the links below for registration details.
Please note: Current Grade 1 to 4 Spirit of Math students are automatically registered and will be writing the contest during their regular Spirit of Math class session.
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOCATION:
The University of British Columbia Department of Asian Studies Auditorium
1871 West Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2
DATE: February 25, 2018
TIME: 10:00 a.m.
CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW FOR BC CONTEST REGISTRATION
CALGARY, ALBERTA LOCATION:
The University of Calgary Education Classroom Block – Room #179 (EDC 179)
2750 – University Way NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
DATE: February 27, 2018
TIME: 5:30 p.m.
CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW FOR AB CONTEST REGISTRATION
Preparing for the Spirit of Math Contest
Math Contests are a great way for students to learn how to face a challenge, test their level of skills and to have some math fun.
The best way to prepare for any math contest is to practice solving as many problems as possible in the weeks leading up to a contest.