Elementary M.A.T.H. Bowl
The competition will be made up of four rounds with a maximum of five different team members competing in each round. Each round shall consist of eight multiple-choice questions, varying in difficulty. The competition will be based on The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics publication Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics. This includes thirteen curriculum standards. Any student enrolled in grades 4-6 is eligible to compete on that school’s team. Schools may select their teams in any manner and with any additional criteria they choose.
ROSTER SUBMISSION FORMS
Rosters are no longer being collected through the online submission form due to the changes being made to M.A.T.H. Bowl in response to the coronavirus. Coaches will receive more information once plans are finalized.
M.A.T.H. Coach Handbook
Indiana Academic Mathematics Standards
Subject Teaching Videos
Academic Competition Product Order Form
NEW! Coach Webinar Recordings:
2020 Contest Content
Coach Webinar PowerPoint
NEW! M.A.T.H Bowl Practice Questions
Each previous contest has been posted with
answers included on the question page
as well as on a separate page.
Both versions are PDF only.
Important M.A.T.H. Bowl Dates
M.A.T.H. Bowl Invitationals are local competitions that schools host as a way to practice for the Area competition. Invitationals are NOT a requirement. If you are interested in hosting an invitational, download the question order form.
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