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Math City Mapp


Thematic scope

Interactive Math Trails

Exploring math in everyday life


Target groups

Teachers can create paths for classes and secondary students can invent their own paths


Access, language, country of origin The paths are available in the language of the author. The explanations are in different languages. Some are only available in German, others are available in many languages, such as English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Estonian, Slovak, Greek, Polish, Turkish or Thai.



working group MATIS I (IDMI, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt a.M.) and co-funded by the Erasmus + programme



Math City Mapp was developed in 2012 by a team from Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. It is an application that offers children different trails. These trails are created in advance by teachers or other classes. On these trails, the children are confronted with mathematical tasks. These tasks always relate to objects that the children encounter on the trail. The children thus experience mathematics in the real world and are also in movement.



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