Keep learning even when school is out with virtual math practice and offline math activities. Find free math games, apps, and activities to do at home.

###### Make Sense of the World with Statistics

Immerse yourself in the fascinating—and useful—field of statistics in this video-based course hosted by journalist Adriene Hill.

###### Geometry Basics

Click on a video to learn, complete practice problems, or join in the conversation with questions. Master angles, polygons, and area in this foundational course.

###### Pedestrians and Populations

Create box plots to determine whether the number of people who walk to work depends on a city's population.

###### Find the Fun and Beauty in Algebra

Whether you struggle with algebra or already love it, join mathematician James Tanton on this nontraditional exploration of the foundations of algebra.

###### Beautiful and Bizarre Math

Find out about fascinating fractals in this interactive. They're all around you! Create your own by repeating a simple pattern at an increasingly smaller scale.

###### Find Pi Everywhere

Discover the magical mathematical nature of pi. All you'll need is a circular object, some string, and scissors.

###### Graph Theory

Discover how we're surrounded by networks and connections, from roads to the internet. Learn about how graph properties can solve pratical problems in this interactive.

###### Coordinate Creatures

Plot points on a grid and see what creature they create. What's that in the cave? Change the x- and y-coordinates to find out!

###### Math History

Discover the history of mathematics with this timeline. Read the stories behind the math and see how what we know today evolved over time.

###### Tangram Puzzle

Play this ancient game, where you create different shapes and figures, using just seven geometric tiles. There are 40 interactive puzzles to choose from.

###### Origami Boxes

Learn the Japanese art of paper folding and make your very own origami box. Decorate the paper before folding to add a personal touch!

###### A Zombie Apocalypse and Calculus

Watch this video and explore how fast a (hypothetical) zombie population could grow. Calculate exponential growth to determine how long until a total takeover.

###### Putt-Putt on Paper

Design your own miniature golf course by using geometry. Find out how acute, obtuse, and right angles can lead to a hole in one.

###### Alike Angles

Categorize angles into different groups in this interactive game. Congruent or parallel, complementary or supplementary, acute or obtuse: Can you sort them all?

###### Sneeze Graphs

Find out how far a sneeze travels in this video. Then grab an eye dropper, spray bottle, or water balloon and conduct your own test.

###### Learning That Pays Off

Make sense of your dollars and cents in this course that offers practical advice about personal finance.

###### Statistically Relevant Studies

Discover all the components of a valid study in this mini-course. Learn what makes a relevant sample, the difference between correlation and causality, and more.

###### Factorization, Prime Time

Use this clever rap video to learn -- or review -- all of the basics of prime factorization.

###### Women Solving Wonders

Watch this video to learn about the women who made space travel possible. What were the calculations that helped America advance in the space race?

###### Ages of Art

Examine how artists in Ancient Egypt used proportional guidelines for their work. Can you identify all of the rules they used? Create a grid to start.

###### What's Going On in This Graph?

Check back each week to dig into a new fascinating graph connected to current events. What do you notice about it? What do you wonder?

###### Video Game Math

Learn how a video game designer uses mathematical concepts in their code to create games. Start by watching the video, then play the challenge.

###### Pythagorean Theorem

Learn about, or brush up on, some Pythagorean theorem basics. Afterward, find a right triangle somewhere in your house and test out the theory.

###### POC Entrepreneurship

Calculate the percent change of POC-owned businesses from 2015 to 2016. Consider factors that could have influenced these changes. Ponder what business you could start!

###### Meaningful Math

Explore how mathematics can help us make sense of the world. After viewing, describe how math could increase someone's score in a game of pool.

###### Census Changes

Predict how the racial makeup of the country will change in ten, and twenty, years by using the U.S. Census data from 2000 and 2010.

###### How Far Away is the Sun?

Use your hands and a mathematical ratio to estimate sizes and distances of far away objects. Start with objects close to you as a baseline.

###### Census Calculations

Examine and compare histograms to understand characteristics of American life during a given time. Use mean, median, standard deviation, and more to interpret the data.

###### Sustainable Solutions

Design efficient bus routes, and compare the environmental impacts of fuel types. Download the student activity guide and watch the video to start your calculations.

###### No-Fear Fractions

Add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions with ease! Learn how to find the greatest common factor and least common multiple with this clever rap video.

###### Practice Proving Proofs

Boost your confidence in solving geometric proofs with this interactive. Click the "get started" button, then the "start learning" buttons to practice five proofs at home.

###### Gerrymandering and Geometry

Watch the video, then find a map of congressional districts in your state. Do you notice any irregular shapes? Can math prove a gerrymandering case?

###### A Running Advantage

Determine whether height affects an Olympic runner's speed. Download the student handout and click on the teach button to find out.

###### Probability Predictions

Play games while learning about probability at the same time. Take your knowledge offline with dice or coins and see if you can beat the odds.

###### Making Music With Math

Create your own music while learning math. Start with the math vocabulary activity and see how factoring integers and identifying ratios can sound so good.

###### Understanding Data with Scatter Plots

Follow the real-world example in this video. Then, choose some data to collect around your house, and plot the points to create your own.

###### Math Visualized

Plug in an equation and watch it transform on a graph. Expand your skills with video and challenges, or even complete a scavenger hunt.

###### Great Minds: Knowledge on the Go

Build knowledge with these high-quality, daily instructional video lessons for ELA (grades K–8) and math (grades K–12).

###### How Much Toilet Paper is Enough?

Find out how much TP you actually need. Also, see if there's a correlation between the number of sheets and the roll's diameter.

###### Build Math Skills & Confidence

Practice grade-level math from the comfort of your home with this interactive website that gives feedback and support to build confidence and skills.

###### Math Made Accessible

Read, watch, and solve math problems in algebra, geometry, statistics, calculus and trigonometry. Complete an activity, open a digital textbook, or try a practice problem.

###### Problem Solving Robots

Solve real-world problems with this interactive game. Design solutions to one of the scenarios or build a robot based on a challenge you see.

###### Fraction Multiplication

Learn to multiply numerators and denominators, then simplify. Afterward, try multiplying some fractions using items in your kitchen, just like in the video.

###### Middle School Math Activities

Play around with some of these Geogebra mathematical models and simulations. If something seems neat, research some of the key terms and concepts.

###### Interactive Math

Choose a course or activity that meets your needs from this beautifully designed reinvention of the traditional textbook.

###### The Coronavirus Curve

Follow along as a mathematician uses Geogebra to build a graphical model of the coronavirus infection curve.

###### Math Futures

Learn the computing skills of the future in this AI-focused coding program that shows you how to train a computer to read images.

###### Pandemic Math

Do this timely activity (using the video, interactives, and questions) to understand the math behind viral outbreaks.

###### Game Coder

Explore some of the tutorials in Microsoft's MakeCode Arcade. These step-by-step guides show how to modify and create simple games using drag-and-drop code blocks.