Students receive a skill-based problem set with 9, 16 or 24 items to be completed. In most cases, a timer is used for a designated amount of time. Students work on the items and transfer the answers to the MATHO board. The teacher calls out answers in a random order and students play for a “MATHO”. Different levels of the MATHO board (low and high problem sets) may be created that lead to the same answers but are at different difficulty levels.
Focus Math Practices: 6, 7