Compete in our 2022 March Mathness challenge for a chance to win cool JiJi Store prizes.
Here at MIND Research Institute, we wholeheartedly believe that penguins love basketball, which is why JiJi can't wait to see schools compete for the number one spot during March Madness this year. JiJi and the ST Math team love basketball so much that we decided to bring the fun from the court to the classroom in our first-ever ST Math #MarchMathness Puzzle Challenge!
If your school has ST Math, a powerful, interactivevisual math program, we highly recommend you set up a bracket and get in on the action!
Why Play the March Mathness Puzzle Challenge?
Participating in fun challenges like March Mathness is an excellent way to increase motivation and celebrate your school's love of problem solving. It's also a great way to practice grade-level math concepts in a friendly and fun competition.
How to Play?
Create your own bracket or download our March Mathness bracket and list each class that is participating in the challenge. Whoever receives the most puzzles for that week will advance to the next round. Weekly puzzle data can easily be found in your ST Math Educator Console.
Start your bracket now, and complete it by April 6 using the puzzles in ST Math. Here are some examples from schools already participating:
Keep us updated on your progress by tweeting a photo of your bracket or posting it on Instagram. Just make sure to tag @stmath and use the hashtag #MarchMathness. Not on social media? No problem! You can email your picture to email@example.com.
On April 8, we will randomly select three school winners from all that participate by sharing their bracket with us. Make sure to enter for your chance to win some fun JiJi Store swag! We also encourage all participants to reward their school’s March Mathness winning class.
The challenge tips off March 16 and ends April 6. Final brackets are due by April 7, and prize winners will be announced on Friday, April 8. See official rules for more information.
Keep your eye on our ST Math Twitter and Instagram accounts for progress updates, bonus content, and celebrations.
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About the Author
Matt Kennedy is the Marketing Specialist at MIND Research Institute. He is passionate about story telling and seeing students grow beyond what they thought possible. A Dallas native, and former athlete, he's learning everything he can as a newer member to the MIND team.