The Math World Series is a 9 day math packet. It is filled with activities to encourage critical and higher level thinking skills.
Skills covered in this packet are:
1st inning- Measurement
2nd inning- Central Tendencies
3rd inning- Graphing
4th inning- Money
5th inning- Geometry
6th inning- Probability
7th inning- Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
8th inning- Basic Operations
9th inning- Logic Problems
Each day is an 'inning' of the Math World Series game. Henceforth, there are 9 innings in a baseball game so there are 9 days of activities. Teams will accrue points daily in hopes to win The Math World Series.
Since there are 9 players on a baseball team's line- up, each day there will be 9 batters or problems for the students to solve. Correctly solved problems will be worth a single (1 base), double (2 bases), triple (3 bases), or home run (4 bases).