Textbooks come to Life!

Active Learning

Mathematics is much more than just memorising formulas or practicing exercises. Our highly interactive content allows students to explore and discover new ideas. Active and inquiry based learning is not just more fun and rewarding, but also more effective at teaching problem solving and logical reasoning.


All students are different, which is why Mathigon looks slightly different for everyone. Our algorithms can seamlessly adapt the content to your knowledge and ability, allowing you to achieve mastery. A virtual personal tutor guides you through every step, and gives real time hints, feedback and encouragement.


Mathematics is often taught as a collection of abstract concepts without context. At Mathigon, every chapter is filled with illustrations and animations, and has a captivating narrative that makes the content more accessible and memorable: from real applications to puzzles, historic context, and even fictional stories.

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“Mathigon is a mathematical wonderland. The mathematics is presented clearly and elegantly, with a strong educational mission throughout.”

Simon Singh, bestselling author of “Fermat’s Last Theorem”

“Mathigon succeeded in the impossible, making maths fun – bringing it to life with colour, animation & games”


“A treasure chest full of advanced math concepts.”

Academics’ Choice Awards Reviewer

“I’m so excited someone is taking up the task of making historial & interactive lessons with a narrative throughout. I’ll be using this with my kids.”

Brit Cruise, Khan Academy

“This is unlike the other online interactive textbooks I’ve seen. It’s more … alive. Really, textbook is the wrong word, because this is something totally new.”


“The content of Mathigon is superb. The interactive elements add clarity and invite more thought.”

Educational App Store Review

“This is the most beautiful presentation of subject matter that I have seen. I’ll be recommending mathigon.org to all teachers.”

Gordon Hamilton, Director of MathPickle

“A true masterpiece. Rarely do I ever say that…”

Victor M, via the Chrome Web Store