TiViTz Tuesdays at McDonald’s

Thank you for participating in
TiViTz Tuesdays at McDonald’s®

Thank you to all the players who visited participating Tampa Bay area
McDonald’s to improve their TiViTz strategies this spring!
See you next year!


Got Game? Buy TiViTz

Got Game?

Improve your child’s math skills with Ripken Baseball TiViTz!

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Start A TiViTz Program At Your School

Start A TiViTz Program At
Your School

Workshops are taking place NOW for teachers and parents to learn how to play and teach the TiViTz math and strategy game.

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A Home Run For Kids

A Home Run For Kids

The Ripken Baseball TiViTz Program makes math FUN for students in grades 4-8, with opportunities to participate in tournaments and win college scholarships.

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Win A College Scholarship

Win A College Scholarship

Winners in 4th-8th grades at the TiViTz Championship Tournament in June 2014 will share $15,000 in college scholarships.

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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!

Available in both a board game and online play with Basic 2D and Advanced 3D versions, TiViTz engages kids’ strategic thinking and basic computation skills as they maneuver their numbered tivits, or playing cubes, across the game surface to land at the numbered score goals that will produce equations with the highest possible answers.

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Do you have STEM camps in your area? They are a great way to keep kids busy during the summer and to get them excited about learning! This one in North Carolina looks like a ton of fun! http://bit.ly/1t4YMnl July 30, 2014 at 10:34pm

We have told you some of our everyday math ideas over the summer. Today's idea is to plant seeds with your kids! They can figure out how far apart to put the seeds and how far down they should go. Watering, caring and watching the plant grow will give them ongoing education and fun! July 25, 2014 at 9:05pm