World Education Games is the world’s largest education event where students (aged 4 -18) compete in real time against other students from around the world playing mental arithmetic games on the World Education Games website (<a href="http://www.worldeducationgames.com/WEG2013#1). World Education Games encourages students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to have a go at math, science, and spelling in a fun, interactive and accessible way. Best of all participation in World Education Games is free – all you need is internet access.
You can also take part in World Maths Day from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Students play at home and at school against other students around the world in live games of mental arithmetic, spelling challenges, and a science game. Each game lasts for 60 seconds and students can play up to 100 games, earning points for their personal tally. Students can play beyond 100 games during the event, but points will only count to the World Maths Day Mathometer, not their personal point score. The students who answer the most questions correctly appear on the Hall of Fame. There are 5 different levels of play, 20 games on each level.
Countries that we competed against:
|Cayman Islands||New Zealand|
|El Salvador||Puerto Rico|
|Kuwait||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Libyan Arab Jamahiriya||Uganda|
|Macao||United Arab Emirates|