1. By transforming any math activity into a “puzzle” you can instantly engage students and make a lesson so much more exciting. Why do students enjoy math puzzles? For the same reason, we all do. The challenge becomes “the mission” and an opportunity for success. Maths puzzles are essentially math problems …

  2. Here is a little pattern coloring activity. Find the hidden patterns in the tree, color them a different color each, and decorate the tree. I added some empty (no numbers) trees as well for some quiet math art. Below is the print version to download. Check out our digital holiday …

  3. Today I would like to share some winter holiday-themed activities for grades 1/2. The activities are in google slides and they include puzzles, riddles, word problems, and more. How to use the activity cards The activity cards can be used for revision, warm-ups, discussion, homework, group work. The themes of …

  4. In how many different orders can the 3 Binions sit in their spaceship? If the blue Binion sits in the first seat then there are two ways for the three Binions to sit. If the purple Binion sits on the first seat there are two ways for the three Binions …

  5. Puzzles sharpen our brains and teach us perseverance. They enhance our problem-solving skills as we are challenged to think and create strategies. Try these puzzles with your children or students. Please share your answers and your favorite puzzles with us. Solution Some solutions 1x (2+3) x 4 x 5 – …

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