Is math a four-letter word in your home or classroom?
The Ripken Baseball TiViTz® Program makes math FUN for kids with in-school and after-school play, as well as regional and championship tournaments, where they can compete for prizes including trophies and college scholarships!
From Feb. 4 to April 22, kids can improve their game-play and strategy by challenging students from other schools at TiViTz Tuesdays at participating Tampa Bay area McDonald’s®. Reserve your seats for TiViTz Tuesdays today!
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Just like fresh air and exercise are good for their bodies, playing TiViTz is good for kids’ brains! Sign up to play #tivitztuesdays http://bit.ly/1gFyu15 April 17, 2014 at 12:25am
TiViTz Tuesday Player of the Week: Morgan Brown, Ballast Point Elementary Morgan Brown was not a huge fan of math, that is, until she started playing TiViTz. Her favorite subjects are reading, writing and drawing. “If I find a book that interests me, I read it during lunch and walking out of school. I will read every single page of a good book until I finish it.” Morgan developed an interest in math when she discovered TiViTz in the second grade. She learned to play the online version in her gifted program at school and she became interested in competing against other kids. “I knew how to add and subtract, multiply and divide, so I decided to try it. I don’t really think about the math now because I get caught up in how much fun it is,” she said. Morgan joined the TiViTz Club last year, led by teacher, Lisa Graybill. Morgan, Mrs. Graybill and 10 other students were on hand for TiViTz Tuesday at the McDonald’s near Bay to Bay in South Tampa recently. “Mrs. Graybill is obsessed with TiViTz,” Morgan said. “She plays it in her sleep!” Morgan likes playing against older kids because she learns a lot when she plays against them. “They really teach me how to strategize.” Morgan loves horses and animals, and working in clay to build 3D figures. When she grows up she wants to be a dolphin trainer at Sea World. “The very best day of my life was when I got to see Winter at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.” Morgan realizes getting good grades in math could help her achieve her goal. Before TiViTz, Morgan wasn’t getting the best grades in math. Now she’s pleased to report she’s getting a B. April 16, 2014 at 10:05pm