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MathCommunities.org provides joyful, collaborative math activities for K-12 students, parents, and educators.

Our activities are designed by professional mathematicians and educators to promote mathematical thinking and fun at the same time. We emphasize collaboration rather than competition, and focus on building inclusive communities around mathematics.

MathCommunities.org is an initiative of the American Institute of Mathematics, a nonprofit mathematics research institute funded by the National Science Foundation and based in San Jose, CA.

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MathCircles.org

Audience: K-12 students and teachers/mathematics professionals

Description: Math Circles are communities of students and educators who meet regularly to explore, discover, and get excited about mathematics through problem-solving. The National Association of Math Circles connects local math circles throughout the U.S.

Website: https://www.mathcircles.org/

Math Teachers' Circle

Audience: K-12 and higher-education mathematics professionals

Description: Math Teachers’ Circles (MTCs) are communities of K-12 and higher-education mathematics professionals who meet regularly to explore mathematics together. The Math Teachers’ Circle Network connects locally organized MTCs throughout the U.S.

Website: https://www.mathteacherscircle.org/

Math Monday

Audience: K-12 students and parents/community volunteers

Description: Math Monday is a weekly drop-in lunchtime or after-school activity where students play with games, puzzles and manipulatives that help build their math skills.

Website: https://mathmonday.net/

AIMC

Audience: Indigenous K-12 students and their teachers

Description: The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles is a global and inclusive community of Math Circles supporting Indigenous students and their teachers. 

Website: https://aimathcircles.org/

Global Math Project

Audience: K-12 students and teachers/mathematics professionals

Description: The Global Math Project is a worldwide movement committed to inspiring educators everywhere to ignite and sustain in their students a love for learning mathematics, through a series of “Global Math Weeks” and supporting classroom materials.

Website: https://globalmathproject.org/

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Math Circles

Math Circles are places where students and teachers engage with mathematically deep content presented in unique ways that promote hands-on learning and discovery. 

There are two types of Math Circles: one for teachers of mathematics (MTCs) and one for students (MSCs). There are over 200 active Math Circle programs nationwide with  ~100 Math Student Circles.

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    Math Monday is a weekly drop-in lunchtime activity where students can get hands on with math games, puzzles and manipulatives that help build their math skills. Math Monday is volunteer-run and gets parents and students doing math together through play!

    Math Monday currently provides weekly student webinars.

    The Global Math Project is a worldwide movement committed to inspiring educators everywhere to ignite and sustain in their students a love for learning mathematics.

    The Project was founded by a team of people who had the bold vision to bring the world together through common mathematics experiences, opening the doors for all.

    The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles is a global and inclusive community of Math Circles supporting Indigenous students and their teachers. Current tribal participation in the Alliance includes students, teachers, mathematicians and other leaders from the Hopi, Choctaw of Oklahoma, Chickasaw of Oklahoma, and Pueblo tribes of New Mexico. We have also worked with indigenous students, teachers, and leaders from the Highlands of Guatemala, various parts of Mexico, and Nepal. More than 50 mathematicians from around the world are part of our network of support.

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