Tap into your students' curiosity and brilliance.

As a math teacher, you work every day to celebrate student brilliance, build deep conceptual understanding, and create the conditions for every student to be successful.

We’re here to help.

Available now: Desmos Classroom and Desmos Math 6-A1

Free resource: Desmos Classroom

Desmos Classroom puts free lessons, lesson-building tools, sharing features, and more at your fingertips. Built by math educators, the platform makes leaning into good pedagogy easier for teachers, which makes every lesson more active and memorable for students.

Desmos Math 6–A1

Available on the Desmos Classroom platform, the Desmos Math 6–A1 program unlocks even more standards-based, connected experiences that help students develop conceptual understanding. The interactive and accessible lessons are easy to use, fully customizable, and correlated to many popular core programs to help you engage students and drive math achievement.

Creative, collaborative lessons that bring out the brilliance in every student

Desmos Math 6–A1 lessons are powerful in their ability to surface student thinking and spark interesting and productive discussions. The lessons are intuitive, memorable, and effective.

Level up no matter what else you’re using.

The lessons are completely customizable and correlated to many popular core programs to help you help you engage students and drive math achievement.

Put student ideas at the center of instruction.

The fun and delightful situations spark curiosity, offer a variety of entry points into the content, and present opportunities for students to express their mathematical brilliance.

Sign up for a free trial to get started today with Desmos Math 6–A1 lessons.

What's included

Every Desmos Math 6–A1 unit includes:

  • Unit overview materials (Standards, materials, vocabulary, family resources)
  • Unit overview video
  • A Readiness Check Assessment
  • At least one quiz
  • Dedicated practice days
  • An end-of-unit assessment

Every lesson includes:

  • Learning goals
  • Standards
  • Instructional Routines
  • A lesson guide
  • Differentiation supports
  • A notes sheet
  • Practice problems


Coming soon: A brand new core PreK–12 program from Amplify and Desmos Classroom.

Amplify Desmos Math taps into students’ natural curiosity from the start of every lesson. When students are presented with age-appropriate, interactive, social learning experiences, spaces open up for creative thinking in which they can fully engage with interesting and important math ideas.

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Expect more from your math program.

For students

Every student feels connected and a part of the conversation when participating in an Amplify Desmos Math lesson. And when students are actively engaged with the content, they achieve more.

For teachers

The program delivers what math educators want and need, including:

  • Standards-aligned print and digital lessons that capture students’ interest every day.
  • The right mix of informal and more substantive diagnostic and summative assessments.
  • Differentiation support
  • Additional practice sets
  • Spanish language supports

For leaders

The program delivers what school and district leaders want and need, including:

  • A coherent core program based on the industry-leading IM K–12 Math™ by Illustrative Mathematics®.
  • A comprehensive suite of usage and performance reports that gives educators a better sense of which students might be at risk of falling behind.
  • A team from Amplify dedicated to making your implementation a success.

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