Can you create your own Desmos activity?

Can you create your own Desmos activity?

At Desmos, our mission is to help every student learn math and love learning math. With that in mind, we’ve assembled a collection of unique and engaging digital activities at And with our Activity Builder, you can even create your own!

How do you make a lesson on Desmos?

Once you’ve decided on an activity to begin, you can start a new class by clicking the Create Class Code button on the activity page. This will generate a unique class code. When you are ready to start the activity with your students, have your class navigate to and enter the unique class code.

How do you make a graph on Desmos?

To create a new graph, just type your expression in the expression list bar. As you are typing your expression, the calculator will immediately draw your graph on the graph paper. Click here to save your graph or press ctrl+s. Click here to save a copy of your graph or rename it.

What can I do with the DESMOS calculator?

Explore math with Desmos. Check out the newest additions to the Desmos calculator family. Find the best digital activities for your math class — or build your own. Level up your Desmos skills with videos, challenges, and more. Graphing on the go? There’s an app for that! How are you using Desmos? Tell us on Twitter @desmos

What can you do with Desmos in the classroom?

Let’s learn together. We’re on a mission to help every student learn math and love learning math. Using Desmos in a classroom? Join your classmates! Interactive and creative activities for your math class.

How to search for Desmos activities by keyword?

You can search for activities by keyword at You might find other activities at the activities the Desmos Bank. If you are returning to this document and want to find whabattlet’s new, search for the word “added” using or to bring up activities entered since this resource was first created.

How many countries participated in Desmos math art contest?

Desmos’s first Global Math Art Contest featured over 4,000 graphs from over 100 countries around the world. Here are the winners and finalists, chosen from countless examples of incredible effort, artistry, ingenuity, and creativity. From the judges: This graph is a stunning intersection of art and mathematics.