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== National middle school mathematics competitions ==
 
== National middle school mathematics competitions ==
  
* [[MathCounts]]
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* [[AMC 8]] hosted by the [[American Mathematics Competitions]] is a very large middle school math contest taken in-school. ([http://www.maa.org/math-competitions website])
* [[AMC 8]] hosted by the [[American Mathematics Competitions]]
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* [[American Scholastic Mathematics Association]] (ASMA)
* [[Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools]] (MOEMS)
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* [http://euclidlab.org/programs/archimedean-challenge/1 Archimedean Challenge #1]
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* [http://www.beestar.org/exam?cmd=natl_cp&type=intro Beestar National Competition]: The largest online math contest for students in grades 2-8.
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* [[Continental Mathematics League]] ([https://www.cmleague.com/ website])
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* [http://www.mindresearch.org/gameathon/ Game-a-thon] challenges students to design and build math games in this national contest.
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* [https://www.integirls.org inteGIRLS] hosts bi-annual math competitions for middle and high school individuals who identify as female.
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* [[MathCounts|MATHCOUNTS]] is perhaps the largest and well-known middle school math contest. ([https://www.mathcounts.org/ website])
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* [[Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools]] (MOEMS) is a very large elementary and middle school math competition. ([http://www.moems.org/ website])
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* The [[Math Bee]] hosted by the [[North South Foundation]]
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* [[Math League]] has different names in different states and regions.
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* Math Madness ([https://www.aretelabs.com/math_madness/about website]) ([http://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c122241 AoPS Forum]) 100% Online league and bracket tournament held in the fall (Mini-Madness held in spring)
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* The [[Mustang Math Tournament]] a national team-based competition hosted by mathematically inclined high school and college students from around the nation. ([https://mustangmath.com/ website])
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* [http://www.noetic-learning.com/mathcontest Noetic Learning Math Contest]: a popular problem-solving contest for students in grades 2-8.
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* [https://www.mathcon.org MathCON] hosts annual math competition for students in grades 4-12, with more than 200,000 participants since 2008.
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* [[Online Math League]] (OML)
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* [http://www.perennialmath.com Perennial Math]
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* [https://pimathcontest.org/ Pi Math Contest] is a two-round math competition for elementary and middle school students.
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* [[mathleague.org]] -- elementary, middle, high school. ([http://www.mathleague.org website])
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* [http://www.mathnasium.com/trimathlon National Trimathlon] is a math competition for kids in grades 3 through 6.
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*[[RSM Foundation International Math Contest]] is a two-round Olympiad-style contest for students in grades 3-8 ([https://rsmfoundation.org/math-contest/ website])
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*[[Online MathChamps Contest]]
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*[[SIGMA]] is a 5 round 8 question 30 minute competition for 5th-9th graders with different tests for each grade.
  
 
== State middle school mathematics competitions ==
 
== State middle school mathematics competitions ==
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* [[New Hampshire mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Hampshire mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Jersey mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New Jersey mathematics competitions]]
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* [[New Mexico mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New York mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[New York mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[North Carolina mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[North Carolina mathematics competitions]]
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* [[Wisconsin mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wisconsin mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wyoming mathematics competitions]]
 
* [[Wyoming mathematics competitions]]
 
  
 
== Resources for middle school mathematics competition students ==
 
== Resources for middle school mathematics competition students ==
 
=== Books ===
 
=== Books ===
 
* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_About.php Art of Problem Solving Books] -- Introductory subject texts and Art of Problem Solving Volume 1 are usually recommended for middle school math team students.
 
* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_About.php Art of Problem Solving Books] -- Introductory subject texts and Art of Problem Solving Volume 1 are usually recommended for middle school math team students.
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* [[Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools]] (MOEMS) publishes [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_CP_MOEMS.php two problem solving books].
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* [[MathCounts]] produces new material annually, some of which is available [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_CP_MC.php here].
  
=== Classes ===
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=== Distance Classes ===
 
* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_About.php Art of Problem Solving Classes] -- Introductory classes are usually recommended.
 
* [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Books/AoPS_B_About.php Art of Problem Solving Classes] -- Introductory classes are usually recommended.
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* [[Education Program for Gifted Youth]] (EPGY) hosts [http://epgy.stanford.edu/ online classes] in mathematics and other subjects.
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=== Online ===
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* [[Art of Problem Solving]] (AoPS) is a vast resource for avid students of mathematics.  Free resources at AoPS include articles, [http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Forum/index.php?f=298 middle school math forums], blogs, [[Math Jams]], the [[AoPSWiki]], and much more.
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* [http://mathforum.org/ The Math Forum] at Drexel University is a very large math site with a lot of great content.
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== See also ==
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* [[List of mathematics competitions]]
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* [[List of United States elementary school mathematics competitions]]
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* [[List of United States high school mathematics competitions]]
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* [[Mathematics competition resources]]
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[[Category:Mathematics competitions]]

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National middle school mathematics competitions

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