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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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In Our Time Podcast: Emmy Noether

In Our Time Podcast: Emmy Noether

The BBC Radio 4 free podcast In Our Time has recently released an episode about the... Learn More→
Industrial Careers in Mathematical Sciences (PIC Math)

Industrial Careers in Mathematical Sciences (PIC Math)

Preparation for Industrial Careers in Mathematical Sciences (PIC Math) is a program designed to... Learn More→
International Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE) Competition

International Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE) Competition

How can mathematics be useful in explaining things happening on a global scale? From... Learn More→
iOrnament: Symmetry Art App

iOrnament: Symmetry Art App

Created by a mathematician, iOrnament is a mobile app drawing tool that creates... Learn More→
Joan Taylor’s Mathematical Tiling

Joan Taylor’s Mathematical Tiling

Joan Taylor is an amateur mathematician living in Australia who became hooked on the... Learn More→
John Edmark’s Mathematical Sculptures

John Edmark’s Mathematical Sculptures

John Edmark is a mathematical artist who creates sculptures that “seem to move and “bloom” like... Learn More→
Large Birds, Hungry Tigers, and Other Logic Puzzles

Large Birds, Hungry Tigers, and Other Logic Puzzles

Raymond M. Smullyan, a mathematician, often met people who said they hated math, and yet they... Learn More→
Lathisms (Latin@s and Hispanics in Mathematical Sciences)

Lathisms ([email protected] and Hispanics in Mathematical Sciences)

Lathisms highlights the wide spectrum of research and mentoring contributions of [email protected] and... Learn More→
Make Your Own Snowflakes

Make Your Own Snowflakes

Snowflakes are fun decorations for homes and classrooms. Many people like to make their own and... Learn More→
Making Math Visible: Hands-On Workshop Resources

Making Math Visible: Hands-On Workshop Resources

George Hart and Elisabeth Heathfield have curated a collection of math-art workshops that allow... Learn More→
Manual of Mathematical Magic

Manual of Mathematical Magic

Mathematics and magic may seem a strange combination, but many of the most powerful magical... Learn More→
Math Book Magic

Math Book Magic

Kelly Darke, a writer, teacher, mother, lover of mathematics, writes this blog about math... Learn More→
Math for Love Games

Math for Love Games

You may have tried these games with Math for Love at the 2017 National Math... Learn More→
MathDice Daily Challenge

MathDice Daily Challenge

This mentally challenging and fun online dice game by ThinkFun helps players sharpen math skills... Learn More→
Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Resources

Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Resources

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the world’s largest community of mathematicians... Learn More→
Mathematical Balloon Twisting

Mathematical Balloon Twisting

This booklet created by Vi Hart for the Celebration of... Learn More→
Mathematical Imagery

Mathematical Imagery

The connection between mathematics and art goes back thousands of years. Mathematicians and... Learn More→
Mathematically Gifted and Black

Mathematically Gifted and Black

This site by four young, gifted, and black mathematicians was created to share the... Learn More→
Mathematics & Music

Mathematics & Music

Counting, rhythm, scales, intervals, patterns, symbols, harmonies, time signatures, overtones,... Learn More→
MathFeed News App (iOS and Twitter)

MathFeed News App (iOS and Twitter)

Mathematician and educator Francis Su (Harvey Mudd College) ... Learn More→