First Math Carnival & Tournament in Brings Out The Best
Our elementary campus held the first Math Carnival, a math competition between our third and fourth grade scholars. The fifth graders played a leadership role by managing and running the games in the carnival. The first round featured a Math Carnival with different stations where scholars practice mastering multiplication fluency. The stations included multiplication ring toss, bean bags, Tic-tac-toe, Bingo, Wheel, Slap Jack and an estimation jar. Scholars then earned tickets from each station where they redeemed it for prizes.
The second event was a Math multiplication tournament with representatives from each grade. They competed in timed rounds and the winner of each round advanced to the next until there was only was one scholar from each class. The finalists competed in a Math Facts finale and the Multiplication King was crowned, won by third grader, MJ. Third grade won the class prize, a party paid for by Miss Anapesi. Congratulations to all the winners! View the photo gallery below.