Four Putnam Ave Upper School students entered the MathCounts Video Challenge and they need you to help them win by voting for their awesome math video! Vote for "Zauctioning" here >>
The MathCounts Video Challenge is a national program that challenges middle school students to develop their math, communication, and technology skills in a collaborative video project. Our team, whose name is “The Cambridge Calculators”, has created an extremely creative animated explanation of an algebra problem called “ZAUCTIONING”, in which they auction a make believe currency called ziggles, zaggless, and zoggles. Can we trust the calculations of the “Zauctioneer”? Stay tuned to find out!!
From February 22 through March 14, the general public votes on the videos, and the 100 videos with the most votes advance to the judging rounds. Friends, family, and school community members can vote for a video as often as once a day during general public voting.
Here’s how to vote:
1) Log onto the website
2) Vote for “Zauctioning” by clicking the "Vote for this video" button under the right side of the video (*the first time you log on you will have to create an account that takes about 3 minutes*
3) Repeat steps 1-2 every day until voting ends on March 14!
Please share this link with your contacts as part of our get out the vote campaign!
Thanks so much!