Welcome! Real World Math is a collection of free math activities for Google Earth designed for students and educators.

This activity provides teachers and students with an interactive 3D model to calculate these differences in time.

Unfortunately, real world math lessons are sometimes learned from tragedy.

In this activity students will take part in a series of consecutive plane trips around the world while keeping track of the time for each time zone they land in.

Writing numbers in different forms becomes increasingly important to students in the middle years.

The included Kmz file is an example of how Google Earth can be used to create attractive graphs.

This page will suggest several ways it can be used to study polyhedrons.

The primary goal of this lesson is to teach students how to use the Path tool in Google Earth.

Two sample problems are included that demonstrate how Google Earth can present estimation problems involving area.

Volume and Surface Area problems appear three dimensionally in this collection of Google Earth locations.

This lesson enables students to jump, walk, and crawl around the world without breaking a sweat.

Tessellation is a math topic that is usually found off the beaten path but they contain important geometry and measurement concepts.