Fun Math for All

We Are a Non-Profit on a Mission to Inspire Joy with Math

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Why we love JRMF

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Math Like Never Before

Sometimes, it looks like math is all about boring calculations and headaches. We're here to show that there is another side of math — one full of fun, laughter, and beauty.

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Joy of Collaboration

Math is usually a solitary or competitive activity. Our festivals bring people together to collaboratively work on fun and meaningful problems. We create a community around joyful math.

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Delight of Discovery

Math is more about the journey than the destination. We show students that they have the power to make their own discoveries and chart their own paths through the learning process.

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Host a Math Festival in 2022 — and Win a Free Game

We want to support 222 math festivals in 2022, and we need YOUR help to make it happen! Register to host a festival in your community (online or in-person!) and we'll send you a FREE math game. It's our way of saying thank you for creating more magical math moments.

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Nuggets for Sale

Can you figure out how to score the most free nuggets at Nuggetville?

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How to run a math festival in your community

A math festival is a one-time event where children gather and explore math through puzzles and games.