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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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Mathigon: Mathematical Origami

Mathigon: Mathematical Origami

Mathigon provides a collection of free resources for mathematical origami and papercrafting. You... Learn More→
Mathworks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge

Mathworks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge

Mathworks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge is a mathematical modeling contest for U.S. high school... Learn More→
MIT Mystery Hunt

MIT Mystery Hunt

The MIT Mystery Hunt is a puzzlehunt competition that takes place on the MIT campus (in... Learn More→
Musings of a Mathematical Mom

Musings of a Mathematical Mom

Alexandra Fradkin blogs about the educational adventures she has with her daughters and her... Learn More→
My Favorite Theorem Podcast

My Favorite Theorem Podcast

Why is a mathematical theorem like a meringue? Listen to My Favorite... Learn More→
NASA’s Modern Figures

NASA’s Modern Figures

The blockbuster film Hidden Figures, based on the book by Margot Lee Shetterly, focuses... Learn More→
National Association of Math Circles

National Association of Math Circles

Math Circles bring K-12 students together to explore mathematical ideas, facilitated by... Learn More→
Natural Math Activity Sparks

Natural Math Activity Sparks

Natural Math has made these one... Learn More→
Natural Math Books

Natural Math Books

2017 Festival presenter Natural Math offers several books... Learn More→
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Navajo Math Circles

This inspiring documentary film by Zala Films, airing on PBS... Learn More→
Numberphile

Numberphile

Numberphile... Learn More→
Numberplay

Numberplay

This New York Times column by Gary Antonick and friends shared weekly math challenges on... Learn More→
Origami and Math

Origami and Math

How do origami and math relate to each other? Start by unfolding an origami model and find a... Learn More→
The Parable of the Polygons

Parable of the Polygons

This game, created by Vi Hart and Nicky Case, is a simulation that shows how small individual... Learn More→
Patterns of the Universe: A Coloring Adventure in Math and Beauty

Patterns of the Universe: A Coloring Adventure in Math and Beauty

Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss have created a unique coloring and activity book showcasing the... Learn More→
PBS Infinite Series

PBS Infinite Series

Mathematicians Tai-Danae Bradley and Kelsey Houston-Edwards and physicist Gabe Perez-Giz offer... Learn More→
PBS Kids Math Activities & Games

PBS Kids Math Activities & Games

PBS Kids offers ideas for fun and simple math activities that adults and kids... Learn More→
Personal Polynomial

Personal Polynomial

The Mathematical Sciences Research... Learn More→
Pixel Spreadsheet

Pixel Spreadsheet

When you take a digital photo, your camera measures the amount of red, green and blue light... Learn More→
Powers of Ten

Powers of Ten

This classic video created by Charles and Ray Eames takes us on an adventure in magnitudes, from... Learn More→