Design the newest Mathletics theme!

Your design could be seen by over 4 million students around the world!

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Here at Mathletics we love to have our student community involved wherever possible. We also think it’s important you feel comfortable in the space where you come to learn – because when you are comfortable, you learn more.

That is why in Mathletics you can make your Student Console look however you like by changing the settings and theme – just like putting up posters in your bedroom (except you won’t get in trouble with us for leaving sticky tape on the walls!)

Now we are launching a global design competition – to create a brand new Mathletics theme.

The winning entrant will not only win a shiny new iPad, but will also see their design created into a real theme by the design team at Mathletics and made available to over 4 million students worldwide!


Need some inspiration?

Take a look at some of the latest Mathletics themes below. Maybe your design will be next!

TOP TIP: See how most of the action takes place towards the bottom of the screen? That’s so it doesn’t get hidden by the Mathletics buttons and bars – something to keep in mind when drawing your design!

Mathletics Prairie   Mathletics Space

Mathletics Aqua   Mathletics Viking

Some rules to keep in mind…Mathletics iPad

  • Entrants must be aged between 4 and 18 years old.
  • Be sure to have your parent/guardian’s consent to enter.
  • Entries can be hand-drawn or digital.
  • Be sure to give your design a name (like “Prairie”, “Space”, “Aqua” and “Viking” shown above).
  • Entries must be submitted online, via the button below.
  • The winning entry will be chosen by the Mathletics design team.
  • The judge’s decision is final!
  • The closing date for entries is Friday 23rd May 2014.
  • Enter your design now

    Entering your design is easy – simply click the button below to email your entry straight to Mathletics. Alternatively email directly to Don’t forget to give your design a name! If you have drawn your design on paper, simply scan it in and attach to your email. Be sure to include your name, school name, your age and your address in your email.