Matific poster is a great way for you to let your students and parents know about the Matific Games.
Print them off and stick them around the school - in the hallways and lunchroom, your notice boards and on the classroom doors.
Top Tips Sheets
Tip sheets provide lots of tips that can help keep your students motivated during the Matific Games.
Print off and distribute tips for teachers and parents and encourage them to help you to victory!
It is easy to tell your parent community about the Matific Games. Download our template to announce your participation in the Matific Games in your school newsletter. It's a great way to get parents involved.
Check out our Quick Start Guide for tips and tricks on how to implement Matific into your classroom.
Quick Start Guide
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Matific Maths Games?
The Matific Maths Games is a friendly online maths competition aimed at improving students confidence and maths skills.
Why should my students participate in The Matific Games?
There are many reasons why your class and school should participate in The Matific Maths Games. Not only is there over $25,000 worth of cash and prizes up for grabs, but Matific is an award-winning resource that has proven to help improve students maths test results by 34%.
Matific is designed to help your students achieve maths mastery through a problem solving approach to learning. Matific’s activities are knowledge rich and have been carefully crafted to align to the Australian and New Zealand curriculum.
What are the important competition dates?
Registration opens nationally on July 15th, 2019
A one-week ‘warm up’ begins on August 6th, 2019 and runs through August 12th, 2019
On August 13th, 2019, the leaderboard resets and the games begin! The Matific Maths Games conclude on August 15th, 2019.
When is the cut-off date for registration?
The final date to register and provide school and class lists is August 12th, 2019.
Who can participate in the game?
Any primary school in Australia and New Zealand with a minimum of 100 students or class with a minimum of 10 students can participate in the Matific Maths Games.
How do I participate?
How are the winners calculated?
Prizes are split into three categories: schools, classes and students. School and class prizes are calculated on the average number of stars collected per student.
Do iPads and Tablets work with the Matific Games?
Yes. There will be lots of schools competing using these devices. You just need to make sure that you have the most updated version of the app installed. Visit Google Store and App Store to download the latest version.