Mathematics Pentathlon® is a time-tested Program of interactive problem-solving games, supportive curricular and instructional activities, and assessment tools for students in grades K-7. This motivational Program strengthens math concepts and skills, aligns with National and State Mathematics Standards, and stimulates creative thinking while developing Active Problem-Solving skills. A focus on conceptual understanding and the integration of spatial, computational and logical reasoning are key attributes of Mathematics Pentathlon. By using specially designed games and activities that differentiate instruction, ALL students of varying abilities and learning styles are motivated to enjoy math and spend more time learning this subject matter. These factors are critical in improving student performance in math. This exciting, engaging, effective, and Nationally Recognized STEM Program can be implemented in multiple ways: Classroom Instruction, Math Clubs, National Academic Tournaments, Enrichment, and Home Use. Math Pentathlon has provided generations of educators, parents and students with the ability to see and use math as a fundamental way of approaching everyday problem-solving situations.
NOTE: Mathematics Pentathlon the major educational program of the Pentathlon Institute, a Not-for-Profit educational organization.
To better serve your school or club we ask that you complete the brief Math Pentathlon® School Contact Designee (SCD) Form to be designated as the official primary representative for your school or club. The SCD will receive all communication from the Pentathlon Institute to share with others. The school principal must approve the SCD unless this is a club that does not practice at a school. If approved, the SCD may access their preliminary tournament database.
Math Pentathlon: A Way of Thinking
Nideesh participated in the Math Pentathlon® Program, 1st through 7th grades, in the Michigan/Ohio National Tournament Center, Troy School District. In this exclusive interview, Nideesh shared how much this experience impacted him and how he wanted other students to benefit from the thinking process that he experienced in his years as a Pentathlete. In 8th grade, Nideesh initiated the expansion of the MP Program within the district by coaching 1st graders at Hamilton Elementary. Now in his freshman year of high school, he has increased Troy SD involvement to yet another elementary school. To spread this initiative, Nideesh has recruited several of his high school friends, also former Pentathletes. See Interview Here