Math Communities is dedicated to providing easy access to joyful, collaborative math activities.

  • Activities designed by professional mathematicians and educators
  • Materials for K-12 students and educators
  • Focus on collaboration and fun
  • Inclusive communities centered on mathematics

Upcoming online events from MathCommunities.org and our partners

All times are in PT (Los Angeles Timezone)

Global Math Week 2022

Global Math Week 2022

Join James for a series of five lessons that go through the astounding story of Exploding Dots. See for yourself what has gotten the world so excited! Oct 11: Lesson 1: Exploding Dots and a Mind-Reading Puzzle Oct 12: Lesson 2: Wild Machines and Math We Thought We Knew Oct 13: Lesson 3: Dots and …

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10 October October 10 - October 17
JRMF’s 15th Anniversary Math Festival

JRMF’s 15th Anniversary Math Festival

San Jose, California, San Jose, CA United States
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Calling all San Jose 3rd-8th graders! Join us for the 15th-anniversary celebration of the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival! This free event will take place at the Mayfair Community Center in San Jose and feature a dozen math games to play. What to Expect: Fun math for the whole family and all math levels Lunch provided …

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15 October 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Virtual School Engagements

We offer free virtual school engagements for Title I elementary and middle schools.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM VISITS

Mathematically deep activities for grades 2 – 8 led by our staff with creative use of online manipulatives and a focus on fun.
Request a Virtual Classroom Visit.
 

VIRTUAL MATH FESTIVALS

Math games and activities for the whole school grades K – 8 where students, teachers, and families freely explore engaging mathematics activities facilitated by math professionals and volunteers.
Request a Virtual Math Festival. 

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 (AIM), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit mathematics research institute funded by the NSF 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/

Send Us A Message

Please feel free to contact us about any of the following:

  • Questions about upcoming events and workshops
  • Joyful Math materials from us and our partners
  • Resources for in-person and online math development
  • Bringing Math Communities programs to your school

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