Number Rumble 2019

THE WINNER OF THE MAIN PRIZE 2019 IS: West Royalty Elementary School, 3A, Charlottetown.

Congratulations to the winner and warm thanks to all participants! Number Rumble will be arranged again at spring 2020.

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Free Math Program

Participation in Number Rumble is completely free. By signing up you get the 10Monkeys Math World math program. 

That's a good reason to sign up!

Number Rumble 2019 Main Prize

10Monkeys Math World for the whole school and a $1500 gift card from Amazon.

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Win great weekly prizes!

Every week lucky weekly winners are drawn from the ten most active classes from both categories, with one winner from each category.
The weekly winners can choose between two prize alternatives. 

Alternative 1

Giant Garden Noughts and Crosses

Giant Noughts and Crosses game makes for an exciting and fun time where the competitors solve brain nuts. The game includes nine interlocking foam tiles, size 31,5 cm. The total size of this giant game board is 94,5cm x 94,5cm. The set also includes five large “x”s and five large “0”s.

Alternative 2

Glow in the Dark 3D Planets

This spring adventure monkey Verne is visiting space. Children can also explore our amazing universe by using these 3D planets which glow in the dark. The set includes nine planets and 200 stars which can be hung from the ceiling in the classroom. Think of it as a reminder of your space adventure with Verne.


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May 31, 2019, 3:10 PM





The size of the class doesn't affect your chances of winning. However, a class or a team should have a minimum of 5 or more students. If you have less than 5 students in your class, you can combine two classes into one team.

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire children to learn mathematics and encourage the use of digital materials in elementary schools.

Let's get passionate about math and the use of technology in teaching!

What is Number Rumble all about?

Only Enthusiasm Counts

Number Rumble is a national math competition for students in grades 1-4. In this competition, only enthusiasm counts. Play during the competition and win!

Win a $150 Amazon gift card

Invite colleagues from your school or from a neighbouring school to join the competition. A $150 GIFT CARD TO AMAZON WILL BE DRAWN among those who invite colleagues to join!

How do I get the math program?

All registered classes can use the 10Monkeys Math World math learning program for free during school hours, 7 am - 2 pm, on weekdays. One week before the competition starts, you will receive login details to 10Monkeys Math World and instructions on how to get started. These will be sent to the email address you gave when you registered. 

10Monkeys Math World can be used with desktops, laptops, tablets and interactive whiteboards.

Weekly Prizes

Classes compete in two categories to win weekly prizes. The categories are Little Monkeys (grades 1-2) and Junior Monkeys (grades 3-4). The weekly winners are drawn from the ten most active classes from both categories, one from each category.

After the competition has started a Hall of Fame, where classes can see their position in the competition, will be published on this page.

Main Prize

Hall of Fame will show the weekly position and also the positions of the classes during the whole competition. After the competition time has ended, the ten classes which have collected the most points will go to the finals! The main prize will be drawn among the finalists. In addition, three classes with the most points in both categories will win a 10Monkeys Math World licence for the whole school!  


Number Rumble is organized by the Finnish learning game company

Winner of Number Rumble 2018

The winner of the main prize of Number Rumble 2018 was West Royalty Elementary School, 3C, Charlottetown.






Vernon River Consolidated School, Grade 2, Vermon River

Eliot River Elementary School, 4C, Cornwall


Mother Teresa Catholic School, 2MD, Grande Prairie

Dasmesh School, 3, Winnipeg


Elk Point Elementary School, 1B, Elk Point

St Pius X elementary School, 3b, Windsor


A. B. Ellis Public School, prior2, Espanola

Basinview Drive Community School, 4 MacKenzie, Bedford


Churchill Public School, 2B, Toronto

Valley Elementary School, 4 Sutherland, Valley


J A Fife School, 19, Edmonton

East Elementary School, 44, Leduc


Humberwood Downs JMA, 1A, Toronto

Dr. Probe, Grade 4 soups, Lehtbridge


Our Lady of Fatima, 2/1M, Calgary

J.R. Smallwood Middle School, 41, Wabush

The winners will be contacted personally.

Support and FAQ


During the competition the schools get to use 10Monkeys Math World learning program for free during weekdays between 7 am - 2 pm.

All teachers in the same school use the same main user account and can create personal accounts for their students.

By playing 10Monkeys Math World, children collect points. The classes can follow their positioning in the Hall of Fame, which can be found on this website after the competition has started. 

The schools can also buy a full licence to 10Monkeys Math World, which allows the children to play at home outside of school hours. Please note that only points collected during weekdays between 7 am - 2 pm are counted in the Number Rumble competition.

Do you have questions? Please visit our support page for teachers.


During the competition the schools get to use 10Monkeys Math World learning program for free during weekdays between 7 am - 2 pm.

Parents have the opportunity to buy a 10Monkeys Math World home licence for the child's existing school account.

Parents can get the username and password for the child's existing account from the child or from the class teacher. Please note that only points collected during school hours 7 am - 2 pm are counted in the competition.

Do you have questions? Please visit our support page for parents.