Parents can also act as coaches but need the school's permission to join the MATHCOUNTS program.
The Google Science Fair challenges kids to come up with scientific answers to problems facing the world.
Each school can put together a team of four participants and up to six additional individuals to compete.
You can read the full rules of the MATHCOUNTS Competition Series for more details.
The chance to try their skills against fellow kids and to win a prize is a great way to motivate children to dive deeper into a topic.
Here are some fun annual contests with topics ranging from Science and Math to English and Fine Arts to inspire your children and show them that learning is fun.
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See the full First Lego League's Challenge Rules for more details.
Entries are judged by how well the robots perform during the games (it must place in the top 40 percent of all teams in the event), how well the team adhere's to the First Lego League's Core Values, how well the project follows the principles of solving a real-world problem and sharing it with others, and more criteria. The kids who enter this contest receive awards in various categories including a Champion's Award for the highest-scoring entry, and other awards for the best robot design, the most innovative project, for the most passionate adult volunteer, and more.