DimensionU

8th Annual Hawaii Math Games

February 16–25, 2021

Welcome to the 8th Annual Hawaii Math Games!

DimensionU is excited to be able to bring you 8 days of competition this year. We have something for everyone—so check out the calendar below and GET IN THE GAME!

Calendar

Students

As students earn points on February 16, their scores will appear here.

Educators

As educators earn points on February 16, their scores will appear here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this competition for?

The Hawaii DOE Math Games are for students who have a DimensionU account through their school in Hawaii DOE. If you’re not sure if you are eligible to participate, ask your teacher or email us at tournaments@dimensionu.com.

What will I win?

Winning students will each receive a $20.00 Amazon E-Gift Card. Students may not win more than once during the competition period.

  • Each day of the competition we will award a winning prize to the top point earning Elementary Student (grades 3-5).
  • Each day of the competition we will award a winning prize to the top point earning Middle School Student (grades 6-8).
  • Each day of the competition we will award a winning prize to the top point earning High School Student (grades 9-10).

Winning educators will each receive a $50.00 Amazon E-Gift Card. Educators may not win more than once during the competition period.

How do the daily competitions work?

On Mondays & Fridays we’ll take your FIRST game score of the day. You can play any game you’d like, and whichever points are earned FIRST will be your score for that day.

On Tuesdays, we’ll take your highest game score in TowerStorm.

On Wednesdays, we’ll take your highest game score in Meltdown.

On Thursdays, we’ll take your highest game score in Velocity.

You can play as many times as you’d like each day. For example, on TowerStorm Tuesday you might play in 3 games and earn 1000, 1500, and 2000 points. You score for that day would be 2000, which is your highest point earning score for the day.

On Fridays, we’ll take your FIRST game score of the day. You can play any game you’d like, and whichever points are earned FIRST will be your score.

Which levels do I need to play?

Only points earned by students in MATH curriculum, on following levels, will count:

Grade Level
3 D
4 E
5 F
6 G
7 H
8 I
9–10 Algebra

You’re welcome to practice in any of our levels, but remember to play on your designated levels for your points to count toward the tournament.

Can I play any time of the day for my points to count?

Points earned between 8AM HT and 8PM HT will count toward your Hawaii Math Games score.

Can I use a computer or a mobile device?

Yes!

What happens if there is a tie?

In the event of a tie, we will award the prize to the student who earned those points earliest in the day.

When will winners be announced?

We’ll announce daily winners on the leaderboard and through our social media. Once verified, prizes will be sent directly to the school contact for distribution within 2 weeks of the competition ending.

If you have any additional questions, please email us at tournaments@dimensionu.com.