Last month, 3P Learning & Mathletics USA asked schools: How do you teach with Mathletics?
We were flooded with stories, letters, quotes, poems, and photos from schools across the country illustrating the different ways that Mathletics is used to supplement the mathematics curriculum in the classroom.
The overwhelming results: Students and Teachers Love Learning with Mathletics!
We would first like to acknowledge our HONORABLE MENTION submissions, which include entries that were the standouts in the crowd!
Episcopal School of Dallas – Dallas, TX
Everglades Preparatory Academy – Homestead, FL
Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School – Atlanta, GA
John W. Garvy – Chicago, IL
Most Precious Blood – Queens, NY
St. Francis DeSales – Houston, TX
**Teachers who submitted entries from the following schools will be awarded an iTunes Gift Card for their hard work and dedication to using Mathletics in their classrooms- keep an eye on your school mailbox!
AND THE WINNER IS… (drumroll please!)
We are thrilled to announce our winning entry, which was submitted by Mr. Schussler at
AVONDALE-LOGANDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL in Chicago, Illinois!
An excerpt from the winning entry is below:
“Our students love Mathletics because it keeps the students engaged and motived for an entire hour while learning about math… Students are surprised and pleased each Monday when they receive their certificates. The students take pride in receiving the certificates and are motivated by the healthy competition to succeed each week. Our students say Mathletics makes them “smarter” because Mathletics activities challenge them and make it fun to learn math… Mathletics is successfully engaging our students in their study of math and learning experience. This will contribute enormously to our students’ future success in their educational environment and thereafter. We are pleased that Mathletics is part of our mathematics program.”
Check out some students at Avondale-Logandale Elementary School proudly displaying their certificates!
Congratulations to our Honorable Mentions and our Winning Entry and thank you to all of the schools around the country that sent in their Mathletics experiences!
Contact the Mathletics Team to learn more about integrating Mathletics into your classroom instruction: firstname.lastname@example.org