Homeschool Math Contests
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|A list of dozens of math contests open to individuals and which do not require gathering up teams -- a requirement that often poses a challenge for homeschoolers. homeschoolmathcontests.com also lists many more regional meets sponsored by colleges and universities, spanning almost every state in the union. The site offers a free deadline reminder service, and links to helpful articles, such as "Think Math Contests!" by Howard and Susan Richman, "Pros and Cons of Math Competitions" by Richard Rusczyk, "Contests in Your Curriculum" by Laurie Bluedorn, and "Contests for Homeschoolers" by Sue Richman.|
|Levels:||Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)|
|Resource Types:||Internet-Based Projects, Articles, Fun for Kids|
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