The MEI Maths Item of the Month is a monthly problem aimed at teachers and students of GCSE/A level Mathematics. The problems can be used for enrichment, problem solving or as a way to encourage mathematical thinking/proof.

A curriculum mapping is given below. This is not intended to be comprehensive - for example many of the algebra or geometry problems can be used with GCSE or A level students. There are also a number of problems that have been categorised as *Miscellaneous* at the end of the list.

- October 06 - Power Darts
- July 11 - Some sums
- December 11 - Sled-packing with Santa
- April 12 - Think these are true? Don't be fooled.
- November 13 - A prime example
- January 15 - Happy 2015: A Triple of Triples
- August 15 - Prime Number Days
- December 15 - The Elf Lottery
- May 2016 - MEI Conference: Sessions about famous mathematicians (5th powers of digits)

- December 08 - Triplets
- April 09 - Doubling the Square
- September 09 - Mirror
- October 09 - One of Doug French's favourite theorems
- June 11 - Circles in a triangle
- August 13 - Tangents to a Cyclic Quadrilateral
- November 15 - Three Line Whip
- February 2016 - 50, 60, 70, ... ?
- March 2016 - Cube Slice

- January 09 - Happy New Year
- October 12 - Factor in all the solutions
- April 13 - April fool: 2+2=5
- January 16 - Happy 2016

- June 07 - Circles with integer co-ordinates
- July 09 - The answer is 'Parabola'...now, what's the question?
- November 10 - Implicit curves
- May 14 - How many circles?
- September 15 - Reciprocating lengths
- October 15 - AOB

- April 07 - Zeckendorf representations
- March 08 - When is a triangle a square?
- February 09 - Using only unit fractions
- April 11 - Not all triangles are perfect, but...
- July 11 - Some sums
- November 12 - When dates align
- June 14 - APGP
- September 14 - Square strings
- April 15 - Consecutive Fibonacci Squares

- November 07 - Finding the tangent to a parabola geometrically
- April 08 - Phive points
- November 11 - Right on the Curve
- December 12 - Christmas Baubles
- August 14 - Cubic with Integer Points
- October 15 - AOB

- September 08 - The regular hexagon and its circles
- February 10 - Almost regular
- May 10 - Broken Reciprocal Key
- June 11 - Circles in a triangle
- July 12 - Which is the best circle constant: pi or tau?
- February 13 - Squaring the circle
- October 13 - A cute result
- March 14 - Inner Circle
- December 14 - A Christmas Star

- February 07 - Possibly the best counter-example in the world!
- July 07 - Motivating proof by asking impossible questions
- May 09 - Chords in polygons
- August 11 - Pythagorean reciprocals
- April 12 - Think these are true? Don't be fooled.

- September 06 - Double angle formulae
- August 07 - Equilateral triangle in a rectangle
- May 12 - Identity problem
- September 13 - Easy as 1, 2, 3?

- March 09 - One-way roads
- March 10 - Difference of two square roots
- January 13 - Trying Triangulars
- May 13 - The two colour theorem?
- April 14 - Divisibility of consecutive integers
- July 14 - Summer All Over

- January 07 - Sums of cubes
- November 08 - The sum of all the reciprocals of all the powers
- July 14 - Summer All Over

- September 07 - Cats
- July 08 - Finding the highest card
- September 11 - Venn diagrams with areas proportional to probabilities
- January 14 - An Unexpected Answer

- November 09 - Colour boxes
- September 10 - Tom's Buttons
- December 10 - 10 days of Christmas
- January 12 - Happy New Leap Year
- February 12 - How odd is Pythagoras?
- April 12 - Think these are true? Don't be fooled.
- July 13 - Fair share

- June 10 - Different Distances
- July 10 - Dissections
- February 11 - Circle Square
- March 11 - 11 x 11 Square
- March 12 - The Circle Line
- June 12 - A conference session taster
- September 12 - Siders
- June 13 - Splitting a field
- December 13 - Choosing crates with Santa
- March 15 - 4 points, 2 lengths
- June 15 - A couple of MEI Conference taster problems
- July 15 - A match made in seven