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More Math! Resources

For those of you who can't wait until the next National Math Festival, we invite you to explore the wonder and beauty of math with these puzzles, games, books, videos, and other mathy treats. Resources are categorized by age level and updated monthly!

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Estimation 180

Estimation 180

Teacher Andrew Statel has created these visual exercises to help his students build their number... Learn More→
Euclidea Geometric Constructions

Euclidea Geometric Constructions

This free mobile app and website bills itself as “The Largest Collection of Interactive... Learn More→
expii solve

expii solve

Solve is a weekly set of five thought-provoking and interactive math challenges produced by the... Learn More→
Exploding Dots

Exploding Dots

Dr. James Tanton says: “Here is a story that isn’t true.... Learn More→
Featured Short Films from Sloan Science & Film

Featured Short Films from Sloan Science & Film

Sloan Science & Film is an online publication presented by the ... Learn More→
Fibonacci Lemonade

Fibonacci Lemonade

How would one make mathematical cuisine? Not just food that looks mathematical (like math-themed... Learn More→
Find Your Pi Day

Find Your Pi Day

To celebrate Pi Day, ... Learn More→
Focus on Play

Focus on Play

2019 Festival presenter Erikson... Learn More→
Folding Paper Airplanes

Folding Paper Airplanes

Looking for a challenge? Wired magazine shares “How to Fold 5 High-Flying Stunt Paper Airplanes... Learn More→
Games and Activities to Promote Early Math Learning

Games and Activities to Promote Early Math Learning

Parents can give pre-K children a boost in learning mathematics by noticing, exploring and... Learn More→
Games for Young Minds

Games for Young Minds

Games for Young Minds aims to help parents and children learn to love math through the power of... Learn More→
Gracie and Friends Early Math Apps

Gracie and Friends Early Math Apps

2017 Festival presenter First 8 Studios™ at WGBH creates free Gracie and Friends series... Learn More→
Happy Folding: Origami Resources

Happy Folding: Origami Resources

For over 10 years, Sara Adams has been creating video and photo tutorials for origami at all... Learn More→
Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures

Before John Glenn orbited the earth, or Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, a group of African-... Learn More→
How Poetry and Math Intersect

How Poetry and Math Intersect

Artists and poets have long been inspired by the mathematical patterns found in nature—for... Learn More→
How to Find Good Math Storybooks and Read Them with Children

How to Find Good Math Storybooks and Read Them with Children

Early childhood mathematics researcher Dr. Herbert Ginsburg... Learn More→
How to Make Tessellations

How to Make Tessellations

This easy guide for elementary school students teaches how to design your own tessellation... Learn More→
How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube

How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube

This Think Maths ... Learn More→
I Heart Cardioids

I Heart Cardioids

Roll a circle around another circle of the same radius. A marked point on the first circle... Learn More→
Imbalance Problems

Imbalance Problems

These puzzles are made of squares, triangles, and circles suspended by bars and wires from a... Learn More→