# Tech Tip Tuesday - Math Game Day

Math Game Day is organized by 99math. 99math creates positive learning experiences through engaging math practice. Play is the engine of learning! 99math is a fun classroom game to practice and revise math skills! It is so engaging for students that teachers use it every week as a quick warm up exercise. The platform is online and you can use it for free. Try it in your next class: **www.99math.com.** Sign up for the Virtual Math Game Day. This is a unique type of event! Math games are hosted online and all participants play in real-time! You can join from all over the world by using a smart device and internet. Playing in math game day is an engaging experience, offering enthusiasm and excitement. Spectators can be engaged while watching online as well.

Sign Up for free at: **http://mathgameday.com/us/math-game-day-us/**

#### Game Day Flow

The Math Game Day is for 1st-8th grade students in the U.S.

The Winter Game will take place on December, 11, 2019.

Due to the time difference, there will be 2 online tournaments in the U.S. on the same day.

The first tournament starts at 10 am Eastern Time.

The second tournament starts at 10 am Pacific Time.

1st-2nd grade starts at 10:00 AM 3rd-4th grade starts at 10:30 AM 5th-8th grade starts at 11:00 AM The MGD ends at 11:20 AM

Rules and Details:

Students need to log in just once.

Each team plays 3 games altogether.

The competition for one grade level lasts 20 minutes.

One game consists of three rounds, 1 minute/each.

Between the rounds there are 30sec breaks so the players can also see the scores.

One game with short breaks lasts for 60+30+60+30+60 seconds.

Between the games there are breaks of 60 seconds.