you smarter than a 10-year-old?
To celebrate the World Education Games we put Britain’s
best young Maths brains to the test against the general public and then
the world famous ‘Human Calculator’
This March, hundreds of thousands of school children from
around Britain will pit themselves against students from around the
world to find the best young Mathematicians, spellers and Science brains
in the universe during the World Education Games (6th- 8th
of March). Schools can sign up as can parents sign up their
three-day global competition will test students during a variety of
online games set against the clock and our best young brains will be
battling for honours during World Spelling Day, World Science Day and the
opener - World Maths Day.
The games are being backed by world famous Maths
entertainer Scott Flansburg AKA ‘The Human Calculator’ who holds the
world record for the for adding the same number to itself more times in
15 seconds than a person could do with a calculator.
So to see how our British competitors are likely to fare
during the World Education Games we challenged some of the big hopefuls
to a ‘calculation off’ with ‘The Human Calculator’ as well as members of
Watch our video to find out how they got on and to find
out everything you need to know about the World Education Games.MON