GeoGebra offers over 1 million free activities, simulations, exercises, lessons, and games for math & science! These resources were created by the community and are available for free under the Creative Commons license. In this article, we'll guide you through finding the perfect resources to enhance your learning experience and making the most of GeoGebra's exceptional offerings.
Explore Community Resources by Math Topic
Explore thousands of free and interactive resources, created by the GeoGebra community, and find the perfect learning materials for you and your students. Our Math Topic Map organize over 150 topics, ensuring a comprehensive and engaging learning experience for both students and teachers.
Discover Resources with the Search Bar
Utilize the search bar on our website to find resources, both your own and those shared publicly by other users.
Hint: Refine your resource search with filters! Narrow down the resources displayed by selecting a specific resource type from the dropdown menu beneath the Topic Map or on the search results page. For instance, when browsing resources for the Polygons topic and selecting Books from the dropdown menu, only Books related to polygons will appear. To reset the filter and view all resource types, simply select Any resource type from the dropdown menu.
Working with Resources
Once you find a resource that you want to use, you can either use it as it is, or make a copy of it and modify it to suit your needs. This allows you to customize the resource for your students or to create derivative works that combine different resources into a single Activity or Book. To access your own resources, you can go to your GeoGebra Profile page or the GeoGebra Resources page under the MINE tab. You can also filter and sort your resources by various criteria, such as title, last modified, and created, to find the ones that you need quickly and easily.
Details Page of Resources
The Details Page of a GeoGebra Resource provides important information and metadata about the resource. To access it, open the resource's menu and select Details. In addition to basic information such as the resource type, author, and creation date, the Details Page also includes information about other resources related to the selected one. This can help you discover similar resources and further enhance your learning or teaching experience. For a comprehensive guide with examples and explanations of each option on the Details Page, check out the official tutorial.