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Math Month Celebration 2020

Theme: Mathematics in the New Normal – Adapting,Connecting and Enjoying

Quiz Bee

  • The contest is open to all students of St. Vincent de Paul Academy of Novaliches.
  • Each grade level can have one entry or more.
  • Quiz Bee will be online.
  • The participants that gains the highest score will be the winner.

Mathematician Look-a-Like

  • The contest is open to all Preschool- Grade 12 students of St. Vincent de Paul
    Academy of Novaliches.
  • Each grade level can have one entry or more.
  • Each representative will send a picture of them portraying or imitating the
    mathematician looks and style.
  • Entries must be submitted to the advisers not later than November 20, 2020
    (Friday).
  • The contest will be judged according to the following criteria:
    • Likeness (50%)
    • Creativity and presentation (40%)
    • Originality (10%).
  • The top three gaining the highest scores from the judges will be the winners.

Poster and Slogan Making Contest

  • The contest is open to all Grade 4- 12 students
  • Each participant should submit ONE entry only.
  • The poster must illustrate, interpret and emphasize the theme of the Math
    Month 2020 celebration: (“Mathematics in the New Normal: Adapting,
    Connecting and Enjoying”).
  • The following materials will be used in the contest:
    • Illustration board (white background & horizontal or vertical format).
    • Coloring material: oil pastel, markers, ink, mixed media, oil, acrylic and watercolor and any other coloring material not mention above.
  • Entries must be submitted to the advisers not later than November 20, 2020 (Friday).
  • The poster and slogan will be judged according to the following criteria:
    • Creativity and presentation (40%)
    • Originality (30%)
    • Relevance to the theme (30%).
  • The three posters or slogans receiving the most points win.

Math Dance Contest

  • The contest is open to all Grade 4- Grade 12 students
  • Each grade level/strand can have one entry.
  • Minimum of 4 members each grade level/strand.
  • Representatives will make minimum of 4 minutes dance related to the theme (“Mathematics in the New Normal: Adapting, Connecting and Enjoying”).
  • Participants will record themselves while dancing. They can use any
    background music or any instruments that is connected to the theme.
  • Representatives must submit the video to their advisers not later than
    November 20, 2020.
  • The contest will be judged according to the following criteria:
    • Originality (40%)
    • Creativity and Presentation (40%)
    • Relevance to the theme (20%)
  • The top three gaining the highest scores from the judges will be the winners.

Rubiks Cube

  • The contest is open to all Grade 4-Grade 12 students
  • Each grade level/strand can have one entry or more.
  • This contest will be online.
  • Use 3×3 rubiks cube.
  • The top three fastest time will be the winners.
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