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!… More

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!… More

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.… More

Remember those email number puzzles that you get every now and then? Now’s your chance to make your own – easily!… More

Have you tried the 8 Digit Puzzle? Here’re the rules, a downloadable copy and some fun questions to ponder about it!… More

Can you figure out what’s missing in this Rubik’s Cube Halloween costume?… More

Here’s a fun logic riddle to help your kids (or you) practice some logical thinking skills.… More

Have you seen those email math games that return your birth-year? Think you can make your own? … More

Do your children read Highlights Magazine? Check out a new way to look at one of the math puzzles!… More

The Tower of Hanoi is a full little puzzle chock full of math. See how you can use it with your kids.… More

Playing with the Frabjous puzzle – from the Museum of Mathematics… More