Participating in the game day is quick and engaging. The games last for only 20 minutes and are interesting for both players and spectators. The games are played on three separate times.

1st-2nd grade starts at 8:30 (CEST)

  • 8:30 teachers help players to join the games and make sure that all of the students have joined.
  • 8:35 the first game starts, players are solving tasks and spectators are rooting for their favourite participants.
    • In the game, there are three rounds, 1minute/each.
    • Between the rounds there are 30sec breaks so the players can also see the scores.
    • One game lasts for 60+30+60+30+60 seconds.
    • Between the games there are breaks of 60 seconds.
  • 8:40 – the second game starts automatically.
  • 8:45 – the third game starts automatically.
  • 8:50 – the games have ended! Players can analyze results with their teacher and see how the other teams were doing.

3rd-4th grade starts at 9:00 (CEST)

  • 9:00 – joining the game
  • 9:05 – 1st game
  • 9:10 – 2nd game
  • 9:15 – 3rd game
  • 9:20 – the games have ended. Analyze the results and see how other teams were doing.

5th-8th grade starts at 9:30 (CEST)

  • 9:30 – joining the game
  • 9:35 – 1st game
  • 9:40 – 2nd game
  • 9:45 – 3rd game
  • 9:50 – the games have ended. Analyze the results and see how other teams were doing.

Before the tournament

  • Registered teachers get a link in their e-mail where they can sign up their student teams.
  • Teacher gets a code for every team which students can use to join the game
  • Students get the codes and start playing

Game levels

1st grade games

  1. Addition 1..10
  2. Addition 1..10
  3. Subtraction 1..10

2nd-3rd grade games

  1. Addition 1..10
  2. Addition 1..20
  3. Subtraction 1..20

4th-8th grade games:

  1. Addition 1..20
  2. Multiplication table (1..100)
  3. Subtraction 20..100

The quickest task solvers are the winners!