2016 Speedy Math Competition: Final Results
Final Results Click here
Thanks to everyone for attending and making this year's event a fun and exciting one!
Speedy Math Competitions
The US Mental Math Foundation conducts Speedy Math Competitions annually to promote excellence in mental calculation and math learning.
Participating in contests can increase the interest and confidence of children in learning mental math. Each year, the US Mental Math Foundation offers test materials and prizes in holding mental math contests to encourage participation and promote math learning.
2016 Speedy Math Competition
The competition standings with individual scores have now been posted. Thanks to everyone for attending and making this year's event a fun and exciting one!
For more information about past or upcoming competitions, click here.
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Members can click below to sign in and access Mental Math Online, training software for all ages and skill levels, and available only to foundation members.
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Our members range from students wishing to train with Mental Math Online (you can try it for free), to teachers and organizations seeking affiliation, to individuals of all ages desiring to sharpen their mental skills, compete and obtain certifications, or support math education in the US. We invite you to explore the many benefits of membership by clicking "Join" above.
Screenshot of Mental Math Online (an easy level)
The US Mental Math Foundation (USMMF) is a federally registered 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization and was officially established in 2006. USMMF is dedicated to promoting and encouraging effective learning and teaching methods of mental math for early childhood and beyond.
USMMF regulates the standards for mental math education, defines the levels of difficulty, administers certification exams, and conducts competitions.
The mission of USMMF includes setting up appraisal standards for certifications, administering certification exams for teachers and students, sharing resources among all interested parties, and conducting national and world scale activities including competitions to encourage active learning in mental math and broaden visions for students around the world.