The Math Challenge Program is a series of math problems published every other week on this website and the Audubon PTSA eNews. The purpose of the program is to engage students in math problems that apply classroom knowledge but move beyond rote skills to wordbased problems typically found in higherlevel math. Families are encouraged to solve the problems with the students.
For questions contact Lior Shapira or Lilach GeppertShapira 
Welcome to Math Challenge 201718!New Schedule for 201718  201718 Math Challenge Calendar
Math Challenge 10  Sum Difference Product and Quotient The tenth challenge is here! It is due March 1st 2018, and is a Holiday challenge! Good luck! Math Challenge 9  The Month Of February The ninth challenge is here! It is due February 8th 2018, good luck! Math Challenge 8  Winter Activities The eighth challenge is done! It was due January 25th 2018. Solution is here Math Challenge 7  Even more winter The seventh challenge is here! It is due January 11th 2018, good luck! The solution is here Math Challenge 6  Winter The sixth challenge has arrrived!, its due December 7th 2017. The solution is here Math Challenge 5  Mo' Money Mo' (math) problems The fifth challenge has arrrived!, it was due November 30th 2017. Solution is here. Math Challenge 4  Money and Coins The fourth challenge is here, all about money and coins. It is due November 9th 2017. Good luck! The solution is here Math Challenge 3  Halloween The third challenge is spooky and halloweeny, and is due October 26th 2017. Good luck! The solution is here. Math Challenge 2  Digits, Numerals and Numbers The second math challenge has come and gone, the solution can be found here. Math Challenge 1  Pizzas and Pies! The first math challenge was all about pizzas and pies. The solution can be found here For more information, and the Math Challenge schedule please visit our webpage: http://audubonptsa.org/Page/Enrichment/Math%20Challenge

Remember to:
1. Clearly write your first and last name, teacher and grade at the top of the page.
2. Always try more problems than required for your grade level so that you may still qualify for prizes in case you miss any.
3. Please staple multiple pages together to receive full credit.
4. Put your Math Challenge paper in the yellow box located in the school's main office by the due date.

 Listen to the Monday morning announcements following the due date to learn if you've won a prize.  For the holiday challenge your teacher will pass out the prize to you.  Students who've completed 12 or more Challenges will be honored at the endofyear Award ceremony in June 2018. 
 For any questions and comments reach out to Lior Shapira (lior.shapira+mc@gmail.com) and Lilach GeppertShapira (lilach.geppert+mc@gmail.com) 