Count Down to Oct 8 2012 Practice Week for The 4th Annual American Math Challenge

Real time. Real fun. Real improvement in student math skills. Only 4 days to Practice Week for The 4th Annual American Math Challenge.

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NY, NY (PRWEB) October 04, 2012

Kids across the country are registering for the American Math Challenge powered by Mathletics, the leader in online math education. Schools and students can register at http://www.americanmathchallenge.com.

The fun officially started September 24 as thousands of kids registered to participate in the Challenge. American Math Challenge Practice Week runs right up to the official start of the Challenge on Tuesday, October 16h at 8.00am EST. Students are sharpening key strokes and practicing their arithmetic for the Challenge, October 16, 2012, at 8 AM EDT through October 17, 2012 at 11 PM EDT. Go to http://www.americanmathchallenge.com for all the details.

The American Math Challenge 2012 is a fully-online mathematics competition. Registration is free for students at their public or private schools, home schools or as individuals. Each student receives their Challenge login and credentials by email. Leading up to the event, students will have 24/7 access to American Math Challenge activities.

The Challenge kicks off October 16 with Curriculum Mathematics, where students are challenged with 50 mathematical concepts. On October 17 students use their mental arithmetic skills to participate in 100 live Mathletics challenges. The Hall of Fame displays real time scoring for students, classes and schools according to the rules of the competition throughout both days of the event.

The American Math Challenge invites U.S. schools public and private, home schoolers and individual school-age students to sign up at http://www.americanmathchallenge.com.

Winners of the American Math Challenge 2012 receive a variety of prizes and recognition based on division, tops students, top classes and top schools.

As Ambassador for the American Math Challenge 2012, Scott Flansburg, The Human Calculator, Guinness World Record holder for being the Fastest Human Calculator, will visit and present to the Top Three scoring schools.

To schedule an interview with Scott Flansburg, or for more information, please contact: Andrew McKay: 866.387.9139 ext 107; amcmckay12(at)gmail.com.


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