Math Festival in a Box

A Math Festival in a Box contains everything you need to host a math festival. Help students build confidence, joy, and a positive identity around math with hands-on, play-based puzzles.

Table of math festival activities including handouts, number cards, and counters

The Math Festival
in a Box includes:

10 Math Games
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You'll receive pattern blocks, number tiles, jumping mazes, and more that provide visual, tactile, and body-kinesthetic experiences.
Game Guides
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Anyone interested in hosting a fun, in-person math event for students and their families can use a Math Festival in a Box.
Play-Based Pedagogy
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Mathematicians and math educators created the box to help students build problem-solving skills, and reinforce the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice.

By the Numbers

100
students can explore fun math at the same time.
93%
teacher rating for JRMF games
97%
of students said they wanted to attend another festival

FAQs

Bring play-based math to the kids in your community with the JRMF Math Festival in a Box.

 

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What comes in a Math Festival in a Box?

You’ll receive manipulatives, volunteer guides, and student handouts for 10 math activities, including:

  1. Apple Picking
  2. Cup Stacking
  3. Domino Dissection
  4. Jumping Julia
  5. Königsberg
  6. Ladybugs
  7. Magic Flowers
  8. Map Coloring
  9. Skyscrapers
  10. Tile with Style

The puzzles cater to students in grades 2-8, but can engage all students across the K-12 spectrum.

All materials are sorted, organized, and put in sleeve protectors and binders for your convenience.  Open the box and host a math festival right on the spot.

What is the cost of a Math Festival in a Box?

Each box costs $1,500, including shipping. All 10 activities and handouts are included.

Who is a Math Festival in a Box for?

Anyone interested in hosting a fun, in-person math event for students and families!

Even those without a background in math or education can play these activities with students. Each puzzle includes volunteer guides to make sharing fun math even more accessible.

Teachers, parents, principals, professors, and college and high school students have used a Math Festival in a Box.

 

What makes a Math Festival in a Box different from other fun math resources?

Mathematicians and math educators created the box to help students build problem-solving skills, and reinforce the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice.

What is the impact of a Math Festival in a Box?

After experiencing a math festival that used a Math Festival in a Box, 97% of students would attend another math festival.

What if I need a bigger box?

100 students can explore fun math at the same time with the Math Festival in a Box.  If you need a bigger box, we offer a free purchasing, printing and setup guides to expand your kit for larger events. Download our DIY Festival Planner to receive the documents.

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