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Free Math Resources!

Isn't It About Time Your Students Had Fun with Math?

Outstanding math resources and programs...for free?

Easy ways to make math fun, no strings attached?

You might be wondering where the fine print is on an offer like that, but at MATHCOUNTS we're not trying to sell anything...we're trying to change student attitudes about math. It's why we create excellent programs like the National Math Club, and it's the reason we don't charge excellent math educators like you for them.

So join us! Together, we can help all students fall in love with math and reach their full potential.

 

The National Math Club

Inspire curiosity and build confidence in students of all levels through the National Math Club. This program creates a space where learning math is fun, social and supportive, so that every student becomes a lifelong math learner.

Soooo it's really free? Yep! Just register and tell us where to send your materials. We'll send you what we call a Club in a Binder, plus give you access to online resources including the free MATHCOUNTS Club App!

How does it work? After you register we'll mail you a Club in a Binder, which includes 5 awesome math games. Each game comes with a mini math lesson, works well with groups of all sizes and can be played using just everyday materials like paperclips, dice and playing cards. If you'd like, you'll also be able to download the free MATHCOUNTS Club App, which generates cards and dice for the games. The best thing about the National Math Club (aside from being free) is that educators have a lot of flexibility...use these great club resources in the way that works best for your students.

Why does it work? Math club is designed to be interactive, laid-back and lots of fun. Rather than doing "textbook math" students play games...and learn math without even realizing it.

So why wait? Register here today!

The MATHCOUNTS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization. Our programs have been recognized for their effectiveness by Change the Equation and the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Learn more about us here.