The World Education Games are nearing, say hello to Canada’s Ambassadors!WEG-LogoFinal-V1

Mathletes, parents and teachers, get ready! The world’s largest education competition – the World Education Games (WEG) is returning in October 2015 and we want you to know all about it! It’s a FREE online education event uniting children from around the world through friendly competition and a love of learning. The best part is that it gives students the chance to show off their awesome math skills in a safe, fun and global setting.

To complement WEG, we have recruited 5 of Canada’s most active Mathletes to be Ambassadors to the World Education Games. They have been selected to represent their province and become education advocates in their school, community and province. A variety of duties and activities will carry them through the entire World Education Games. Read their bios  to learn more about them!

Peyton Harms

British Columbia: Peyton H

Hi, my name is Peyton H, I’m twelve years old and I go to Erickson Elementary School in Creston, British Columbia. The three subjects that I most enjoy are gym, math and science. Some of my favourite things to do outside of school are gymnastics, swimming, spending time with my friends and travelling. I applied to become a Mathletics Ambassador because I thought it would be a great opportunity to meet other people that also use the program and a great chance to learn about leadership skills. It also gives me the chance to help introduce the World Education Games to other kids.


Alberta: Alexandra BAlexandra Buttler - WEGCAN

My name is Alexandra B, though most people call me Alex. I am 12 years old and live on an acreage in Ponoka County, AB. I go to a school called College Heights Christian School. I am entering grade 7 and will be under the direction of Mr. Irish. When I was in grade six I was taught by a very enthusiastic teacher, Mr. Gabrys. He was very eager to get all of his students involved in Mathletics. Since math is one of my favorite classes I was very interested in it. I spent lots of time doing Mathletics and eventually I found that I had finished the sixth and seventh grade Mathletics. Overall, this year in grade six, I passed two and a half grades in Mathletics. That is when my love for math really started.

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Saskatchewan: Geoffrey M

My name is Geoffrey I am 11 years of age and will be in grade six in the next school year. I attend St. Luke School in Saskatoon, SK. I am the eldest of two siblings. My younger brother and I both enjoy playing soccer and online games including Mathletics. I have always had interest in math, since I was a little boy. I am so honoured and privileged to be a student Ambassadors. I am very excited to be in this role. Not only this is a fun adventure for me, I am also looking forward to meeting kids from around Canada and other countries as well.                                                       


Manitoba: Creedon C

My name is Creedon C.  I live in Sagkeeng First Nation and am 11 years old. I will be in grade 7 in September and I go to school at Sagkeeng Junior High School in Sagkeeng First Nation, MB. My favourite subjects are math, science and computers because I am good at them. My favourite hobbies are playing around outside and being creative. I also like to play with my cousins and friends. My favourite things in the world are animals, music and life.  My favourite song is Infinity and I find a new song to like everyday.  My favourite colours are all blues.


Musaab photoOntario: Musaab H

Hi, My name is Musaab H. I am in Grade 5 at Kingsview Village Junior School. My favourite subjects in school are science and mathematics. When I started to play Mathletics back in October, 2014 I began to love mathematics. Now, I spend most of my free time at home playing Live Mathletics and doing activities. It’s lot of fun. I also love to play soccer with my brother Muaammar and my other friends.


Watch out Canada, these superstar Mathletes are ready to show the world what they’re all about. Stay tuned for exciting updates throughout the summer! Meanwhile, don’t forget to register for the World Education Games here!