Wedgwood Elementary Math Students Surpass 8 and 9 Million Problems Solved During Same Week Using First in Math
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Over the course of just four days, Wedgwood Elementary School students surpassed the 8 million and 9 million marks in math problems solved using the First in Math online program. Wedgwood classes have been competing in a school-wide First in Math March Madness Survivor Tournament, buoying the school’s impressive total.
First in Math was designed with focus, coherence and rigor as its cornerstones. Self-paced activities target mastery of procedural skills and fluencies that are essential for internalizing and demonstrating conceptual understanding in mathematics. Students earn stickers for every three problems solved correctly.
In the two photo illustrations below, some of Wedgwood School’s latest Grand Champions are displayed. To become a Grand Champion, a student must solve 30,000 math problems.
Top row (left to right) – William Chelnik (grade 4), Lizzie McCrea (grade 2), Adelyn Schell (grade 3), Connor Moffitt (grade 5); Bottom row (l to r) – Aviana Sowinski (grade 1), Max Wicken (grade 4), Frank Sarne (grade 4), Camilla Tabliago (grade 3).
Top row (l to r) – Madeleine Lawyer (grade 3), Harper McCarty (grade 3), Erin Miller (grade 4), Makhi Johnson-Mosley (grade 5); Bottom row (l to r) – Jerrell Jordan (grade 5), Mohammad Alzkobari (grade 4), Jeremiah Sills (grade 5), Abagail McEnroe (grade 4).
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