Probability tree diagrams are a tool to help students find probabilities. But they can also be a puzzle. Learn how and get the FREE DOWNLOAD here!
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I worked on the 5 Room House Problem for more than 20 years. And yet I still assign it to students. It's good for thinking and learning, and stating the problem.
Remember those email number puzzles that you get every now and then? Now's your chance to make your own - easily!
Have you tried the 8 Digit Puzzle? Here're the rules, a downloadable copy and some fun questions to ponder about it!
Did you try the last cryptogram? This new quote speaks right to the mission of getting parents to speak positively about math!
The latest and coolest in math games helps kids practice order of operations and other algebra plays.
Here's a fun logic riddle to help your kids (or you) practice some logical thinking skills.
Did you try the last cryptogram? This new quote is from a wonderful math story - that's also a movie!
Have you really looked at a Chutes and Ladders game recently - it's all math!
Do you have a Lite-Brite? Ready to use it to teach math?
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