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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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Print & Play Resources

Print & Play Resources

These projects can be printed at home and assembled to create mathematical objects! ... Learn More→
Programming for the Puzzle

Programming for the Puzzle

This book and free MIT OpenCourseware video lecture series by Dr. Srini Devadas (Massachusetts... Learn More→
Project Euler

Project Euler

Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will... Learn More→
Puzzle Booklets and Maze Mats from the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Puzzle Booklets and Maze Mats from the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

A Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival offers students advanced and thought-provoking mathematics... Learn More→
Puzzle Making Workshop Materials from Scott Kim

Puzzle Making Workshop Materials from Scott Kim

At the 2017 Festival, Scott Kim hosted a hands-on workshop... Learn More→
SciStarter

SciStarter

SciStarter is the place to find, join, and contribute to science through more than 1,600 formal... Learn More→
Sesame Street Math is Everywhere

Sesame Street Math is Everywhere

Look around: Exciting math opportunities abound! Sesame Street Math Is Everywhere aims to help... Learn More→
Silk: Interactive Generative Art

Silk: Interactive Generative Art

Draw flowing, symmetrical art with Silk! A set of simple controls for brush color, rotational... Learn More→
Six Bricks, from the LEGO Foundation

Six Bricks, from the LEGO Foundation

If you know children who love to play with building blocks, check out the LEGO Foundations’ “Six... Learn More→
SolveMe: Mystery Grid

SolveMe: Mystery Grid

SolveMe MysteryGrid is a free, mobile-friendly site which combines a variety of... Learn More→
Solvemoji

Solvemoji

Solvemoji puzzles are inspired by emoji characters, using multiple pictures to represent groups... Learn More→
Star-O-Rama Polygon Crafts

Star-O-Rama Polygon Crafts

Educator and Natural Math collaborator Malke Rosenfeld... Learn More→
Tadashi’s Toys

Tadashi’s Toys

Professor Tadashi Tokieda loves to share his toys: in this case, objects you can often make in a... Learn More→
Tessellations.org

Tessellations.org

Tessellations are symmetrical designs which can fit together in repetitive patterns like simple... Learn More→
The Connectory Portal

The Connectory Portal

Spark your child’s curiosity: connect to a STEM opportunity for your child. The Connectory is a... Learn More→
The KnotPlot Site

The KnotPlot Site

Here you will find a collection of knots and links to explore, viewed from a (mostly)... Learn More→
The Math Inside the U.S. Highway System

The Math Inside the U.S. Highway System

Have you ever thought about why certain numbers are assigned to certain highway systems when you... Learn More→
The Mathematics of Juggling

The Mathematics of Juggling

Juggling has advanced enormously in recent decades, thanks in part to the mathematical study of... Learn More→
The Scale of the Universe

The Scale of the Universe

Zoom from the edge of the universe to the quantum foam of spacetime and learn the scale of... Learn More→
ThinkFun Games

ThinkFun Games

ThinkFun specializes in... Learn More→