Welcome to Mathletics
Mathletics is a website which helps you to enjoy maths more and improve your understanding. It marks your answers as soon as you submit them, and can give you help if you get stuck when you click on the question mark. In Live Mathletics, you can enter maths races against other people in your class, your school or across the whole world.
When you answer questions correctly, you receive credits which you can spend in the shop to develop your own avatar.
When will your teachers be on-line?
Mr Weatherby will be on-line at 5pm on Friday 7th October
The Mathletes of the Week (w/b 26th October} were:
Year 2: Jack
Year 3: Scarlett
Year 4K: Maria
Year 4W: Alessia
Year 5: Sophie
Year 6: Phoebe
Class of the Week: Year 4 - Fantastic!
Mathletes are not picked for the highest score, but for the progress they have made in the week, and their commitment.
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Last updated 25/09/15
How do I earn Points and Credits?
Live Matheletics Bonus Levels
When you reach Almost Einstein your Bonus Level moves up and you get double points for each correctly answered question.
When you answer a Live Mathletics question correctly you get 1 point.
When you answer a Live Mathletics question correctly on Bonus Level you get 2 points.
When you answer a curriculum activity question correctly you get 10 points.
When you beat your High Score you are awarded 10 credits.
When you play Live Mathletics against another player and win you get 5 credits.
Points count towards your certificates.
1,000 points = 1 Bronze Certificate
5 Bronze Certificates = 1 Silver Certificate
4 Silver Certificates = 1 Gold Certificate
(You can earn 1 certificate each week. Your Mathletics score is reset every Sunday night, so you start again Monday morning.)
Credits can be used to buy items for your avatar. More importantly they count to your chance to being in the top 50 students and class.
You earn one point for each correct answer. And ten credits when you improve your score.
You earn ten points for each correct answer. And ten credits when you improve your score.
What does Mathletics look like?
Here are some images of the different screens and what they do.
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