1. Play games above your grade level. Remember, only the first 3 wins of the same game will count on the Scoreboards in the same week!
2. When you are done playing for the week, on Friday, Saturday, or on Sunday before 7 pm ... you must report your total wins and your above-grade wins to Eye on the Scoreboard. You can click here or you can click on Eye to report.
3. IF you are one of the top above-grade game winners in the week ... YOU WIN!
For 8th graders: You can win, too! EYE will count any one of these challenge level science games listed below
The League rules are simple:
This is always a place to practice, where you can play any game at any grade!
Weeks during prize seasons always start Monday mornings and end at 7PM Sundays.
Geographic and other restrictions may apply: For example, a home user can't win a classroom prize, even though he or she might have the highest "median" score in their "classroom." Some prize donors may also reserve the right to have geographic restrictions, e.g., a recreation facility may want to promote its services only to people in a particular geographic region. There may be other such limits to prize eligibility. We will attempt to note any restrictions, such as a limited supply of a particuliar prize, or particular deadlines, grade-level requirements, etc., along with prize announcements, but the definitive statement of such further restrictions will be on this page each prize week. Finally, since it is theoretically possible for every player on the system to achieve a perfect score, prizes are always available as supplies last.
The Official CMT League reserves the right to make all League decisions in its sole discretion.
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