Extra-Curricular Activities (NEW)
Extra-Curricular Activities

Puzzling interactive games and problems for you to enjoy!

We hope that despite the temporary suspension of our in-person activities, all of you can still be challenged with some fun mathematics! Below you can find links to websites offering some puzzling, interactive games and problems you may enjoy until we can resume offering our services normally again.


Limited number of worksheets downloads for free. For a reasonable subscription fees, more access is available.

Games 4 Gains

Require creating a free account. Several worksheets are available for free, others may require paying some fees.

Po Shen Loh

Free daily YouTube Live Stream. It’s an “Ask Math Anything”, taking any middle/high school math questions serving the wider public.

Problem of the week - CEMC

Each week, the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing(CEMC) posts problems from various areas of mathematics for students from grades 3 and up.

Parallel by Simon Singh

Weekly maths challenges, 15 minutes of interesting, fun and challenging material that goes beyond school maths: mystery and history, activities and oddities, puzzles and problems.

Problem of the week - NCTM

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) posts weekly math problems for each and every student.

Purple Comet! Math Meet

Taking place around the world in April, Purple Comet! Math Meet is a free, online, international, team mathematics competition designed for middle and high school students conducted annually since 2003.

Math is Fun

Free worksheets and math games for all levels.

Cool Math 4 Kids

Free math playing games, lessons, quizzes, manipulatives, brain teasers and more for kids, teachers and parents.

Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Offers a list of STEM interesting activities beside math!


Non-math puzzles to help you pay attention to details.

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