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These FREE math lessons and projects extend Khan Academy content with guided creative activities. Each resource is designed to be flexible, adaptable, and ready for use in the classroom.
Students use Adobe Acrobat to practice factoring polynomials and develop a growth mindset in math.
Students use Adobe Photoshop and a provided sign template to practice the distance formula.
Students use Adobe Spark to create an image about the relationship between speed, distance, and time.
Students use Adobe Premiere Rush to create a video highlighting algebra in the world around us.
Students use Adobe Spark to plan and promote a Pi Day celebration.
Students use Adobe Illustrator to identify the golden ratio in familiar images or the natural world.
Students use Adobe XD to create a storyboard explaining exponential growth.
Students use Adobe Spark to create the first entries in a geometry wiki.
Students use Adobe Spark to design a social media graphic about pairs of angles.
Students use Adobe Spark to create an image visualizing angles in their neighborhood.
Students use Adobe Spark to create a poster calculating the opening supply costs for a new shop.
Students use Adobe Photoshop to create a math meme about rational and irrational numbers.
Students use Adobe Spark to identify and explain similar triangles in the world around them.
Students use Adobe XD to create a storybook version of a word problem and its solution.
Students use Adobe Illustrator to create a mosaic using similar and congruent shapes.
Students use Adobe Spark to visualize fractions using examples from baking and cooking.
Students use Adobe Spark to depict how arrays can be used for multiplication.
Students use Adobe Spark to illustrate their surroundings using terms and tools from geometry.
Students use Adobe Spark to highlight geometric shapes in their surroundings.
Students use Adobe Spark to create a visual representation of a math word problem or concept.
Check out the full collection of engaging, creative activities for students of all ages, organized by subject area or discipline.
Learn how to integrate the 4 Cs into any subject or grade level while getting professional development credit.
This collection, co-designed in partnership with Khan Academy, brings together Adobe’s creative tools with Khan Academy’s world-class content in over 100 flexible and adaptable teaching resources. Each activity provides students an opportunity to engage deeply with their learning, practice essential skills like digital literacy, and nourish their creativity and self-expression.
The Adobe Education Exchange is a learning platform and community, designed by educators for educators, to ignite creativity in the classroom. All materials on the Education Exchange are free, including teaching resources, professional development courses, community discussions, and more.