High School Math Activities

Looking for creative ways to practice essential high school math skills? Check out Education.com's outstanding collection of high school math activities, high school math games, and cool ideas for high school math projects! High schoolers can practice SAT skills, learn about game show probability, or complete a project on cartoon physics with projects found in this fun assortment of activities. Filter your results by Geometry, Probability & Statistics, or Algebra & Functions in the sidebar to the left, or simply browse our collection to find that perfect high school math activity!

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Check out these fun toothpick puzzles that are easy to set up and will give your kid an opportunity to practice all-important spatial reasoning skills.
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Using cameras, host a friendly contest between family members or friends to see who can find the most examples of geometry in the real world!
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Looking for a way to help your teen explore the fun side of physics? How about a round of Saturday morning cartoons?
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Challenge your high school student to find the flaw in this short mathematical proof that one is equal to two.
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Recognizing number patterns is an important ability on the SAT. Here's a game that teaches your student some of the most common sequences in mathematics.
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Here's an activity that uses second-semester high school algebra to determine which pizza gives you the most bang for your appetite. Here's how to get started:
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The SAT likes to replace numbers with letters. Here's a game that will show your teen that cracking the code is a lot easier than it looks.
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Riddles about two trains passing in the night are often featured on SAT tests. Help break these problems down into five easy steps.
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Here's a fun activity to help your teen practice perimeter and area - with brownies! Here's how:
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Here's an activity that will help her figure out the meaning of strange operators by understanding how to use the code key.

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