Maths Week 2021 Monday 9 August until Friday 13 August.
278 000 students and 6 901 teachers took part in Maths Week in 2020
Maths Week is written for all students from Year 1 through to Year 11 and is available free, on-line, to teachers, parents and students.
2020 participation by the levels:
- Level 1: 49 245 students
- Level 2: 62 886 students
- Level 3: 72 657 students
- Level 4: 59 395 students
- Level 5: 33 817 students
GOTO https://www.mathsweek.co.nz/resources to register yourself and your colleagues
What’s in Maths Week 2021? all your favourite things from 2020 including…
- Survivor Series/Kia Mōrehurehu. A series of in-class tasks at levels 1 – 5 for each day during MathsWeek. Each day’s tasks has a theme (the same theme for all levels).
- Maths Millionaire/Kaipāngarau Whai Rawa. Maths questions, with Years 5 and 6, Years 7 and 8, Years 9 – 11 and family divisions. The questions for each day are based on a topic. This series has also been translated into te reo Māori.
- The Maths Chaser/Whai Pāngarau. Maths questions at each of levels 2 – 5. An in-class activity. PowerPoint versions of these quizzes are also available.
- Daily Dollar/Ko te Tāra o te Rā. Maths activities at each of levels 1 – 5.
- Money Wise/Pūtea Mōhio. Questions to encourage financial capability (primarily for Years 9 – 11) for each day during Maths Week. The questions for each day have a theme.
- Super Challenge/Kua takoto te Manuka. One mathematical challenge each day for four days. Those who answer all four correctly can get a certificate.
- The Basket of Mathematics/Te kete o te Pāngarau (called Some Maths Matters in 2020). Five chapters on various mathematical topics. Primarily written for Years 9 – 11, but could be suitable for some in Years 7 and 8.
- Games. Two interactive games.