The National Math Bee team has run into technical issues with the interactive tournament design, which pushes back the start of the competition. Students can still play the game individually for free directly from the website.
Math students in grades 1 – 6 for the 2013 – 2014 school year:
Sign-up starting October 1, 2013 to register yourself to playfree
in the 2013 – 2014 National Math Bee. Teachers and schools will
be able to register starting October 1, 2013. Student and
teacher logins will become available beginning October 1, 2013.
What is the National Math Bee?
The National Math Bee is an online math tournament where students from grade 1-6 compete in any or all of the four basic math categories. The program includes a real world interactive competition, culminating in a national level event held at a unique location each year.
The program is a fun and exciting way to help students in grades 1-6 achieve extraordinary levels of speed and accuracy with their math skills. The non-profit National Math Bee is signing up school teams beginning May 1 for the 2013/14 season. Students play and practice math skills in a baseball game scenario, which allows them to practice speed and accuracy while competing and joining in a cooperative learning game.
Where is it held?
The National Math Bee is held in classrooms and schools around the United States throughout the year, as students practice in trial teams at school and participate in online competitions. The 2014-15 school year will include the additional national competition and live event.
Click here to begin practicing for the 2013-14 season.