You can use TextClues to send your son or daughter a text message math quiz to test the skills they’ve learned in the classroom. Here’s an example with some geometry questions:
Question: Welcome to the cell phone math quiz! No calculators are allowed. First question, how many sides does a pentagon have? Reply with the answer.
Question: What’s the sum of angles inside a triangle?
Answer: 180, 180 degrees
Question: What’s the square root of 36?
Question: What’s the remainder when dividing 22 by 10
Question: What’s 3 x 4 + 7 – 8 x 2?
Question: What’s pi to two decimal places?
Question: What’s the area of a square with side lengths of 7?
Question: What’s the perimeter of a square with side lengths of 8?
Question: Give a circle has a radius of 5. What’s the circle’s diameter?
Question: For a rectangle with side lengths 4 and 3, what’s the length of the diagonal from one corner to the other? (Hint: use the Pythagorean theorem)
Winning Message: Congratulations! You’re a math whiz! Come to the kitchen to get your prize
To create your own fun text message math game try our demo.