STAFF REPORT ISB: The campuses of Roots International School (RIS) nationwide have recently organised the Mathematics Interactive Games Day under the umbrella of Quest Club in order to encourage and promote games and activities which reinforce mathematical skills and tactics.”These games can add up to a lot of fun in the life of students as these help students revise and remember numbers, counting, mathematical expressions and enable them to solve simple mathematical equations,” said RIS CEO Walid Mushtaq.He said that the day encouraged students to take a break from standard math lessons. Instead, they took part in competitive maths-themed games, with the chance to win certificates and prizes. The aim is to help raise standards of mathematical skills.

Mushtaq said that math class doesnt have to be stay-in-your-seat quiet. Students will love practicing their computation skills.

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