• Math Pentathlon

    What is Math Pentathlon?
     
    Mathematics Pentathlon is a program of interactive problem-solving games.  It includes supportive curricular and instructional activities as well as assessment tools for students in grades K-7.  The program strengthens basic math concepts and skills in addition to supporting creative thinking and developing problem-solving skills.
    Math Pentathlon focuses on conceptual learning and integrates spatial, computational, and logical reasoning.  The games can be used in a classroom setting or as an enrichment activity.
     
    How are the games organized?
       
    Math Pentathlon games are organized into four divisions:
    •       Division I - Kindergarten-1st grade
    •       Division II - 2nd-3rd grade
    •       Division III - 4th-5th grade
    •       Division IV - 6th-7th grade 
     
    What are the Benefits?
    •       Interactive and active problem solving
    •       Three types of mathematical thinking
    •       Promotion of conceptual understanding
    •       Varying abilities and learning styles
    •       STEM
    •       Higher math achievement
    •       Character development
    •       Alignment to state and national math standards
    •       Community involvement 
     
    How can I get involved?
     
    Math Pentathlon is open to all students K-7 in Pflugerville ISD.  Parents and teachers are essential to the facilitation of Math Pentathlon on our campuses.  Please contact your child's school to see how you can help.
      

    More Information

     

    Tournament Dates 

     
     
     
    Who can I contact?
     
    • For questions specific to a campus, please contact the front office of your child's school and ask for the Math Pentathlon contact.
     
    • For district-wide Math Pentathlon questions, please email Amy Williams, Pflugerville ISD Gifted and Talented Specialist
              (Although I do have an office phone, please email as I am out on campuses most days of the week.)