We reserve the right to change the terms and conditions of the competition.
The competition starts on 11/10 2021 and ends on 03/12 2021. It is on weekdays (Monday–Friday) from 7 am to 2 pm.
All Canadian elementary school students in grades 1–4 are eligible to take part in the competition. A class needs to have at least three students. If a class is smaller, it should be combined with another class to participate.
The teachers sign up for the competition and the students join the competition as a class. To participate, the teacher needs a free teacher account in the 10Monkeys learning program (10monkeys.com) and the classes, under the teacher account, need to be connected to the competition. Instructions on how to do this are sent by email to the teachers.
During the Competition Time, all participants (teachers and students) get free access to all content in the 10Monkeys learning program. Normally, all content is only available in the paid PRO version.
Classes compete in two categories to win prizes. The categories are grades 1–2 and grades 3–4.
Competition points for the class are collected by doing math activities in the 10Monkeys learning program. Unfortunately, exact details on how points are collected and calculated cannot be revealed so as to avoid any kind of misuse of the competition.
The competition points are not the same as the points gathered from the 10Monkeys learning program. The class will not collect any competition points by playing the games (for example, 10Monkeys Diver). The size of the class does not affect the chances of winning in the competition.
Classes that have collected competition points are listed on a leaderboard on the competition’s website. The leaderboard shows the total points for the whole Competition Time and the weekly points. The leaderboard is updated each weekday after 2 pm.
A weekly prize is drawn for both categories (grades 1–2 and grades 3–4) among the 10 classes that have collected the most competition points during that week. In total, two weekly prizes are drawn per week. The draw for the previous week is carried out every Monday after 2 pm. The winners will be contacted personally. The winners will be able to choose from two different prize alternatives. The prize alternatives can be seen on the competition website.
One final main prize is drawn among the finalists (20 classes in total) the Tuesday after the competition has ended. The 10 classes with the most competition points from the grades 1–2 category and the 10 classes with the most competition points from the grades 3–4 category will both go to the draw for the final main prize. To clarify, one prize is drawn in total. The winner will be contacted personally. The final main prize can be seen on the competition website. In addition to the final main prize, the winner will also get a 12-month free 10Monkeys PRO subscription for the whole school.
In addition to the final main prize draw, three classes from both categories (grades 1–2 and grades 3–4), who have collected the most competition points, will get a 12-month 10Monkeys PRO subscription for the whole school. The winners will be contacted personally.
No prizes in this competition can be exchanged for money.
The draws are carried out by the Organizer. The name of the winner can be announced on the Internet or in any other publication.
When the announcement of the winner or a prize is canceled due to providing the Organizer with incorrect information or any other barrier, or if the participant has violated the terms and conditions of the competition or the law, the participant will be rejected from the competition.
The Organizer does not have any responsibilities toward the winner regarding damages that are caused or claimed to be caused by taking part in the competition or accepting and using the prizes. This does not affect the rights that are granted by the Consumer Protection Act.
The responsibilities that the Organizer has toward the participants will never exceed the value or quantity of the prizes that are mentioned in the rules.
The Organizer has the right to make changes. The Organizer has the right to change the terms and conditions. The Organizer has the right to cancel the whole competition due to force majeure or any other overpowering event.